I think that might be the second example of serendipity in our consideration of this matter. I suppose the answer is because the Bill is here: the necessity to consult is a legal requirement; the opportunity afforded by the Bill to take this step is, in truth, a product of circumstance. The hon. Member for Southampton, Test asked why it was added now. I suppose the blunt answer to that—you will not hear this very often from a Minister, Mr Hood—is because it could be.