The Ivory Coast community and members of the Somalian community in South London have recently approached me. These communities suffer from very high levels of unemployment and are finding access to mainstream services and support into training and work difficult. Part of the problem is perhaps that the spreading of members of these communities across London means that they are less "visible" to their local Councils. At a London wide level their problems are considerable, yet there seems to be no agency or donor who is geared up to supporting these communities. The LDA's investment programmes seem to be shifting again to favour strategic capital investments and the Olympics. Do you think the LDA should be working to help these refugee communities? If so how?