It genuinely is a probing amendment, and that clarification is useful. I was interested in the hon. Gentleman’s definition of an oral contract as one where somebody was told to do some work at a particular point. Could the employer get out of having a contract by saying, “I would like my house cleaned, but I will leave the time up to you, as long as it gets done,” without giving a particular start date? Would that avoid an oral contract, by the Minister’s definition?