As you know, Mr Speaker, I am standing down at the end of this Parliament, so I hope that I am allowed to say a few things. I rise to support the new clauses tabled by my hon. Friend Stephen Barclay. I would give a piece of advice to the talent spotters on our Front Bench. He is becoming an extremely good Member of Parliament and they should harness that by putting him into a ministerial position so that he can be useful—not, of course, to stifle that dangerous streak of independence.