The second part then, about the priority of this scheme. Labour Members are probably more agnostic than you are as the Mayor on this issue, but we want to see how the consultation develops. But I put it to you that fundamental to this policy is that it has got to be a priority for Transport for London to tackle congestion in London, whether it is in west London or whether it is in London as a whole. That strategy has got to be to deal with congestion in the suburbs as much as it has with central London, through public transport investment, marketing, traffic management, spatial planning, light rail and tram schemes, for example.
I suspect that you might agree with me on that, but it seems to me that, if we are being political here, we need to be clear about the alternatives to your Mayoralty and whether they give similar priority to that and whether that is consistent with their proposals for cutting taxes and not investing in London's transport.