Thank you, Chair. Obviously, this is in my constituency. I think the record shows that I raised concerns about this junction more than two years ago, long before there were any fatalities at the junction. My concerns were rebutted at the time. I am sure they were rebutted in good faith but I think that is partly because the methodology you apply seems to require people to be killed or seriously injured - and that is not yours; that is a Government methodology - before you start intervening to address concerns at a junction.
Is it not the case that a lesson that needs to be learned from this is that where a junction is clearly an accident waiting to happen - and there are such junctions, which we are all aware of - we need to be more proactive in responding to that concern?