I do have a concern about timing. I understand what you are saying but we can give you the information before it becomes public; that is not a problem at all. I am sure you must share my concern that the inability of these children with disabilities to be able to access sports facilities is likely to have a direct impact on our ability to produce Paralympian athletes. You have now seen the information. You are aware that, for example: teacher training does not include any training at all in disabilities; trainee teachers who are teaching physical education (PE) in schools have very little information on what equipment is available to help disabled children; and they are not able to recognise talent and any talent they see they have no idea what to do with it because there is no clear pathway to international competition. You are aware also that the Government say that every child should have two hours of quality PE every week, but that for disabled children only 20% of them are reaching these targets.
Bearing that in mind, and wearing your hat as one of the key players on the Olympic Board, do you not think that if something is not done very quickly and implemented very quickly, it is going to be too late to do anything at all for the Olympic Games?