The question is: we are not elected as politicians to skip around in circles and love each other; we are elected to solve difficult problems. You gave an anecdote about Croydon. A similar anecdote might be about Bazalgette and the 30 years or so it took before a municipal authority was able to impose a sewerage system on London which resolved the 'great stink' as it was called. It was a massive public health problem; people died of typhoid and cholera. Finally people got their act together and realised you needed to have a strategic intervention. There are going to be issues where you are going to need to beat up boroughs - including Conservative boroughs - and that is your rightful role. I would like you to confirm that and identify that your reserve powers on the concessionary fares scheme might be an example where you would need to beat people up if they get carried away with themselves and sabotage a hard fought privilege for all retired Londoners.