The only reason that I look pained is that the right hon. Gentleman, who was a Financial Secretary in a previous Government, knows that certain elements of the modelling work that the Treasury undertakes cannot be disclosed. He implies that Ministers are withholding information that they could disclose. That is not the case, and he knows that he cannot plead for confidential Treasury information to be put in the Library. That is why I looked pained. I do my best to help him, but he stretches credulity.