Not the slightest. The right hon. Gentleman will remember that very often when difficulties have arisen meetings have been held by Prime Ministers, including my predecessor, when they desired to speak more widely to the people actually concerned. It was done in regard to the coal miners during the war, and it never showed any distrust. It was done also with the coal owners, and I do not think that the right hon. Gentleman was pressed then about having shown distrust of the coal owners.