Len Duvall AM: Given the answers that you have given, Mr Mayor, and given the focus that you can bring to the issues that Assembly Member Shah brought up, do you not think it is time on the devolution agenda to democratise the NHS in London? We can be part of the national NHS, and rightly so, but there is something wrong when the focus is not always on tackling the difficult issues. I am aware of the challenges you have mentioned, the underfunding of the NHS and maybe the difficult decisions, but I would feel safer as a London resident if it was not just left to national Government or a quango such as NHS England to look after the interests of London and take decisions for Londoners. What do you think about that? Where are you standing on this issue, especially when we have issues like cancer care being highlighted and some of the inadequacies of their decision‑making?