Will the right hon. Gentleman let me finish my comments on this point? I think his hon. Friend Sheila Gilmore was expecting to intervene, too, so perhaps a little more civility is called for.
My hon. Friend George Hollingbery is absolutely right to say that disability living allowance will not be counted within the benefit cap. People who are in receipt of DLA will not be subject to that cap. That is a really important point to make and it is the sort of detail that can make all the difference. The same is true of his comment about the carer’s allowance, which will be outwith universal credit although the universal credit will also recognise the important role that carers play. As this is carers week, we should pay tribute to their role in our communities and our constituencies. I also pay particular tribute to the work of the Minister of State, Department of Health, my hon. Friend Paul Burstow, to make more support available for carers, especially through carers’ breaks and by ensuring that carers are able to continue their important role.