I am just going to make this very, very brief point, and the Mayor was absolutely correct - when we arrived, within weeks we were faced with a Tory move which would have led us to, for four years, rowing about the cost of paper clips and arguing about all sorts of absurd things, and we took a decision to ring-fence the budget. What was so extraordinary then - and I must tell everybody here and remind everybody - is they then, having done that, went and took over £100,000 of that budget for themselves. In other words, they have the same number of Assembly Members, but they now have £100,000 more they took from the budget.
We wanted what we were entitled to. You took £100,000 more. Anyway, that is an interesting point to make, but the real point that I wanted to ask you, Mayor, is do you think, if we had a vote now on an Assembly in its present form, do you think the people of London would vote for it?