Yes, thank you, Chair. I have a couple of questions for the Commissioner and for the Mayor. It is moving away; it is still on transparency but it is moving away from the topic raised by my colleague.
Roger Evans AM (Chair): Not too far.
Jennette Arnold OBE AM (Deputy Chair): Not too far but it is just to do with transparency. My question is in terms of transparency, in terms of what the MPS says and what the MPS does. I think that is really a good link. I want to ask the Commissioner in terms of what the MPS says about stop and search figures and the confidence that then engenders and then what issues a TV programme raises. I refer to the Channel 4 programme that talked about whereas the MPS is saying it does not have any stop and search targets, the Channel 4 programme under the Freedom of Information request found that a number of Metropolitan police officers were carrying out targeted stop and search activities. I just want to ask the Commissioner how that fits in with terms of transparency in terms of what you say about stop and search and what is actually going on.
Roger Evans AM (Chair): I should stop you there because that is actually completely unrelated to the subject matter of the question.
Jennette Arnold OBE AM (Deputy Chair): The subject matter is transparency.
Roger Evans AM (Chair): No, the title is ‘Transparency’, that is not the subject matter. Having said that, I did actually not allow supplementary questions on the initial statement of the Commissioner, therefore, I will allow him to respond to that question but we will not push that matter where we cannot.