These amendments cover a simple and narrow point arising out of the new system introduced by the Bill of points for traffic offences when someone commits an endorsable traffic offence. The House approved an arrangement whereby points will be attributed to particular offences. When the Bill reached another place, Lord Houghton put forward amendments because he preferred to call the points "penalty points". No one objected. It seemed a generally acceptable proposal. I have not met anyone, apart from Lord Houghton, who feels strongly whether the points should be called merely "points" or "penalty points". It seems a sensible description.