My hon. Friend the Member for North East Somerset made a point of order, not an intervention, so I do not have to deal with it, but, because of the way in which the sound travels, perhaps in future I will ensure that I sit in front of my hon. Friend to hear such detailed points of order.
I put the case to the Committee plainly and openly. Some may call it self-interest, but I think even my strongest opponents would never accuse me of that. I have to admit, however, that I did consider the fact that I would have a clash of Committees when I tabled the amendment.