Thank you, Mr Mayor. This morning, members of all the parties on the Assembly received a petition from the 10,000 members of the public raised by the London Cycling Campaign (LCC) requesting that all local councils, including the GLA, ensure that lorry drivers working for those public authorities receive cycle-awareness training. If I were allowed props, I would actually show you this [folder containing the petition] but I am not so, regrettably, I cannot! What is even more of a regret, Mr Mayor, and this I do want a response from you on, it is a regret bearing in mind that the move is going in the right direction with regard to trying to get cycle-awareness training for HGV drivers. It is with regret, therefore, that the on-bike-training part of such cycle training, which has been trialled by places like Hammersmith and Fulham, Lambeth and Hackney, has not been approved by the organisation that approves training programmes despite TfL and your own freight operator recognition scheme recommending it. Therefore, would you add your weight as Mayor in writing to the Department of Transport to insist that cycle-awareness training does become part of HGV courses in the future?