Tempting though it would be to develop that argument further, I would like to return to the subject of the original question, which was the council tax, because this argument Val and her colleagues developed that all you have saved them £3 and something by cutting the council tax, rather assumes the other candidate would have frozen the council tax for four years, so that is incredible. Now, I have conducted my own piece of market research on this, Mr Mayor. At a meeting of Havering Council several weeks ago, I asked the assembled throng if anyone there would raise their hands if they believed Ken Livingstone would have frozen the council tax. One person raised their hand. The Labour group in Havering is five strong, so by my calculation, only 20% of members of the Labour Party believed their own candidate would have frozen the council tax. Does your possibly larger public opinion research over bigger groups indicate a similar thing?