In view of what my right hon. Friend has said about State intervention, will he confirm that he recognises and accepts the difference between a taxpayers' subsidy to keep open a plant that otherwise cannot be kept going and a desire by private enterprise to put money into a manufacturing facility, such as MG at Abingdon, where the nationalised corporation cannot or will not make the place work? Is he aware—
Will the right hon. Gentleman recognise that he has said little of a positive character about British Leyland? Will he bear in mind that though the ballot has taken place its result proves nothing? Indeed, British Leyland has said that the ballot proves nothing. Will the right hon. Gentleman recognise that the only condition for British Leyland's long-term survival is a long-term investment plan for a new modern strategy, with financial support coming from his Department?