Thank you very much, Chairman. Mr Mayor, I just wanted to come back to the motion that we passed only at the end of December  on declaring a climate emergency and to thank you for taking that forward so quickly and making that declaration. I am still very concerned - and I gather that you are as well from your reply to Assembly Member Russell - that the Government is not taking this seriously enough in terms of a 2050 target, let alone bringing forward the action that is needed. The Committee on Climate Change has also been making its view of the Government’s laxness in this area very apparent.
Would you agree with me that it is absolutely essential that we stick by what you have been saying around not having fracking in London, that we should try to make sure that the Government sees the foolishness of this across the rest of the country, that instead of messing around with feed-in tariffs it should be establishing a firm system to encourage Londoners and other people around the rest of the country to continue to install solar - we have our own Solar Action Plan - and that we need to be pushing ahead with what we are doing to set up Energy for Londoners, which I know is coming soon and hopefully coming this year ? Can you confirm that that is the case? This is really urgent and we are doing what we can and hopefully your team is pushing the Government as far as possible on this matter as well.