Thank you very much, Mr Mayor. I am very glad to hear that neither of you feels complacent about this issue. There were 188 knife crime injuries in the two boroughs that I represent [Lambeth and Southwark] in the last year and so clearly something is happening. There was an increase in the injuries.
With the end of the old knife crime strategy, we all are looking for an initiative and a new pressure and a refreshing of the pressure on knife crime. The Commissioner talked at the Police and Crime Committee about the impact of drugs and alcohol and you mentioned it this morning, but there is a broader issue about youth culture and about gang crime. What we need is an assurance that there will be extra pressure applied to try to keep this problem down and actually to tackle it. If it is left, it does seem to rise. Commissioner, I do not know if you would like to --