Mr Mayor, you may recall that in June I asked you about the rise in violent crime in particular outer London boroughs. You said that you had noticed an increase and that you had asked questions and the MPS had told you it was about domestic violence and an increase in reporting.
Actually, we have done some further work on this. If you look at the five highest boroughs, for example, Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich, Enfield, Haringey and Hillingdon ‑‑
Boris Johnson (Mayor of London): This is violence with injury, yes?
Joanne McCartney AM: Yes, there have been significant rises in violent crime. You would be interested in Hillingdon, for example, where violent crime has risen by 23% over the last year. In my own borough, Haringey, there has been a 23% increase too and in Enfield a 20% increase. Going to my local community safety partnership, they told me it was not an increase in domestic violence. It is actually an increase in ‑‑
Boris Johnson (Mayor of London): No, it is both. Sorry. I should say we are talking about violence with injury, yes.
Joanne McCartney AM: Yes. It is about certainly increased reporting, but actually over half appears to be about an increase in violence itself. When I asked you in June, you said you were not complacent. When I asked you to look into this again, you said you would. Did you look into it again?