I want to just go on to ask a question about TfL’s equalities impact assessment to the Commissioner. If he is not able to give me the answer today, then I would welcome it in writing. When I was looking through the programme to reduce London Underground’s running costs by some £50 million per annum, and when I looked at the equalities impact assessment, it said that there would be no negative equality impact on the following key target groups: women; black and ethnic minorities; lesbian, gay men, bisexual and transgender people; young people; children; and faith group members. However, it does accept that there will be a negative equality impact on disabled people and older users and those 55 years plus in the workforce. Then, when you go on, given that it has recognised this in the workforce, I am shocked to then see that it says that there will be no negative impact on passengers with disabilities and those in the over-55 age group. This is the same population inhabiting the same space. How can there be a negative impact on the staff who are with us on underground stations and moving about the stations and not on the customers?