Thank you. Perhaps I could just go through one or two of the policies and look at some of the specific policies that were in your manifesto. I guess the one that most Londoners would find most important is that to try to deal and indeed to cut down on the number of strikes that are happening. You and the Commissioner have already talked about the bus strike but, frankly, that is one that I understand was brought about by only a third of the members of the union voting for the strike and taking part in the ballot. We regularly see the problem with the Underground strikes. It is very costly to Londoners.
The London Chamber of Commerce and the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) both support the line you have put forward that there should be a 50% threshold of members voting in order for a strike to happen. That of course is a view shared by my colleagues on the Conservative side of this Assembly. Who is holding that legislation up, frankly? Who in the Government needs to be pursued most by us? It is critical, it seems to me.