I have one quick question. Will the Minister assure me that the article in The Daily Telegraph of 31 May—[ Interruption. ] I am encouraged by support from the Government Benches for my clear reference. That newspaper expressed the concern that under the NEST scheme, which we introduced, fund managers could put money into unsuitable forms that would eat up much of the savings in fees. Because of coalition support for the proposal, which we agree with, automatic enrolment in pension schemes could expose people to unscrupulous schemes. Will the Minister assure me that the concerns expressed by Mr David Pitt-Watson of Hermes Fund Managers are unsubstantiated?
Unlike the right hon. Gentleman, I am not an avid reader of The Daily Telegraph. I appreciate that that may come as a disappointment, but I am not in a position to comment on suggestions made by Mr Pitt-Watson, who I believe at one stage was to become the general secretary of the Labour party. If the right hon. Gentleman will permit me, I shall read the article and write to him appropriately.