The address was rather long, but I have put together, I hope in a reasonably fair way, a number of proposals which the right hon. Gentleman and his hon. Friends have put to their supporters and to the country from time to time and, if they do not work out too seriously, as the right hon. Gentleman knows, he has been brought to task by theEvening Standard, among others, for his irresponsibility in some of his proposals. I have permitted myself a rather light-hearted intervention, because as I said at the start, I did not think that there was a great deal to answer in this debate.