Mr Mayor, it would be chary of me to lose the chance to raise the issue of South Kensington step-free access with you again under this particular issue. I am sure you will be aware that Harrow on the Hill gets about just under 9 million entries and exits a year, whereas South Kensington gets just over 30 million - approximately the same number of passengers passing through its doors as Gatwick Airport - and yet remains not step-free despite the proximity to a number of tourist attractions, which are currently inaccessible to those in wheelchairs or those who are struggling with pushchairs. I wonder whether, given that we have an approaching budget and the Government is very keen on investing in infrastructure, whether you would be willing to ‑‑
Boris Johnson (Mayor of London): The answer is ‑‑
Kit Malthouse AM: It is a national asset. It is not a local station; it is a national station with a similar level of entries as Gatwick Airport.