In response to an earlier question, you called the Autumn Statement an ‘exceptional Autumn Statement for London’. Yet with four in ten children in London living in poverty, the Chancellor failed to mention child poverty in his statement for the second year in a row. With further cuts to Universal Credit in the Autumn Statement, which are likely to impact on the poorest children ‑‑
Roger Evans AM (Chairman): Can I just remind you this is about the impact on London transport? I am sure you will ‑‑
Fiona Twycross AM: Steve O’Connell talked about the ‘growth zone’ in Croydon and I want to pick up on that.
Roger Evans AM (Chairman): Yes. Just see if you can mention the word ‘transport’ in this question and I will let you do it.
Fiona Twycross AM: Children living in poverty are not able to afford to use transport.
Roger Evans AM (Chairman): Very good.