Stephen Knight AM: Thank you, Mr Mayor. In terms of the debate on 9 June on air quality in the House of Commons, a debate at which I noticed you were not present and I am sure you had good reasons why you could not be there ‑‑
Boris Johnson MP (Mayor of London): I am afraid I was unable to be there, Stephen. I had pressing engagements elsewhere, but one of the things I have noticed about ‑‑
Stephen Knight AM: I believe you were giving an LBC prerecord interview and so it cannot have been that pressing. Anyway, the point I wanted to ‑‑
Boris Johnson MP (Mayor of London): It was very important.
Stephen Knight AM: A prerecording by its nature can be done anytime, can it not, Mr Mayor?
The question I want to put to you, Mr Mayor, is that the man whom you want to succeed you as Mayor of London, I believe, Zac Goldsmith MP [MP for Richmond Park], said in that debate that he would like to see the introduction and the establishment of the ULEZ brought forward. Do you agree with him and, if not, why not?