That is a very foolish point to make. I could deal with it at some length. One thing which has appalled me is that, when we are considering the expenditure of vast sums of public money at a time of financial crisis, there is only a handful of hon. Members on the benches opposite. Every hon. Member on this side know the implications of this matter and how important it is. Unlike hon. Members opposite, who have kept an eye on the Minister to make sure that he does not step out of line, my hon. Friends have confidence in those of us who have been entrusted with the task of dealing with the Bill.