My hon. Friend has rather missed the point I was making. Perhaps I did not explain it properly. In the days before timetabling of Government Bills, very often the Whip or the Minister would, at a later stage, move an amended timetable motion when it became clear that further time was necessary. Should not the promoter of the Bill have moved a mornings sitting motion at this stage, with the option of coming along later to add in afternoons, and is not that a reason why his motion should not be accepted by the Committee, because it is an option that we could return to at a later stage?