I am concerned to learn that all the detectives of the Metropolitan Police's Art and Antiques Unit have been seconded to work on the Grenfell Tower fire investigation, causing that squad's temporary closure. The Art and Antiques Squad works with overseas police forces to identify illicit trafficking of cultural goods and takes action when UK-based dealers and auctioneers report their suspicions about objects of dubious provenance. It also maintains the London stolen art database, which stores information and images of 54,000 items of stolen property. You will be aware that the squad has been disbanded before, in 1984, for budgetary reasons, but was re-established in 1989, following pressure from other police forces and the international art market. I believe that disbanding the team yet again would hobble efforts to combat criminal activity and safeguard London's reputation in a multi-billion dollar global market. Can you assure me that this specialist team will survive in its current form?