: This is on the maternity pay gap. It is on the maternity employment rate, a supplementary question. We talked about the gender pay gap and I now want to talk about the motherhood pay gap. From the moment you become a mother and enter the workplace in this country you are disadvantaged. The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has produced some national research, not London research, which shows that a woman aged 42 in full-time employment is facing a pay penalty for being a mother of 11% over the lifetime of her job. She is always going to get about 11% less on average compared with a woman without children. I wonder whether you are going to do, or are doing, any work on working out what is this sort of the motherhood pay penalty in London where it will be, I think, much higher. If you could do that work then you could share your findings please with the Assembly.