Richard Tracey AM: Mr Mayor, it is well recognised that Network Rail is not really very good at co-ordinating. That was particularly shown at Christmastime at King’s Cross. The problems are pretty well-rooted.
I recollect that the Secretary of State [for Transport], Patrick McLoughlin, did talk about appointing a special Department for Transport director to Network Rail to make sure and to oversee their co-ordination. Have you heard what progress is being made with that?