Punctuation can make a difference to legislation, and we would do well to take care over it.
I do not wish to add anything to what the hon. and learned Member for Harborough said—his argument was extremely cogent, and I support it. I simply wish to ask the Minister a more general question about what Government amendment No. 44 will do regarding amendments to Scots law? Will it simply replace terms, or will it have a real effect on the way in which Scots courts will deal with the matter? If it will have a real effect, should there not be an amendment to clause 127 about its extent?