A third runway at Heathrow Airport would worsen Londoners' exposure to noise. An additional 300,000 people would be affected. To mitigate the impact on communities, the Secretary of State for Transport is proposing a noise insulation compensation scheme to help fund replacement windows, secondary glazing and other measures in homes, schools and community buildings. However, during warmer periods and heatwaves when Londoners particularly need the option of opening windows for their comfort and wellbeing, they face exposure to aircraft noise disturbance and being woken up by night or early morning flights. Will you examine the health impacts of this, particularly on vulnerable people, and consider them in your joint legal action against the third runway?