Andrew Dismore (AM): On the 5 June, the Somali Bravanese Community Centre in Coppetts Ward in my constituency was burned down by arson in what appears to be a racially-motivated attack, which is clearly a great shock to the area where the community has lived harmoniously for 20 years and for Barnet as a whole where we are proud of our tolerant multi-cultural society. But the criminals responsible have achieved the direct opposite of their wicked objective of dividing our society as everyone has rallied around and in fact the first on the scene were Rabbis from the local Synagogues offering their support. I am pleased to say that the Council has agreed with my suggestion that the centre must be rebuilt on the same site. As Abubakar Ali, the Chair of the centre, said, 'We will rebuild our community centre; it will once again become a beacon for cohesion, social action and friendship.' What will you do as Mayor to support these efforts to rebuild and restore the centre as soon as possible because this is the best and most effective response to such racist attacks to prove they will not succeed in their message of hatred?