I recently raised with TfL the appropriateness of them accepting large billboard advertisements, offering Slot Prizes of up to £20,000, on the rear of the D6. This route runs through some of the most deprived areas of my constituency. In their response they stated that the decision to accept this advertising was made by their advertising partner, Exterion. Given the social problems that are associated with such forms of gambling is it not time for TfL to review their advertising policy which in Clause 3.1g specifically prohibits "lap dancing", "gentlemens' clubs, "escort agencies" and massage parlours". Will you commit to consulting on this with a view to making such amendments?