Unmesh Desai AM: I have two sets of questions to put to you, Mr Mayor, but the Commissioner might wish to come in.
My first question is what type of crime on the transport network. The latest crime statistics bulletin shows an “upward trend in violence/serious public order offences on the Tube, DLR and London Underground”. On 18 January  through the media I was told that violent crime on the London Underground has risen by more than 43% in the past three years.
Let us put those figures into context. This was not good news, but it should be noted that this still only means there is a 1-in-500,000 chance of being a victim of violent crime on the Tube and so it is still unlikely, but that is not of consolation to people who have been the subject of crime on the Tube.
Mr Mayor, what are you going to say about this worrying trend and, more importantly, what steps are the police taking to reverse this upward trend?