Having got the taste this morning for opposing bits of my own Bill, I am going to do it again. I am seeking to twist the arm of the Committee to decide that clause 37 should not stand part of the Bill. The reason is that it introduces schedule 4 and, as we discussed earlier, we have restructured the Bill to a more rational form, so most of the provisions that were in schedule 4 have now been moved to schedule 1 and schedule 4 is now empty. Therefore, in a moment, I shall try to persuade the Committee also that schedule 4 should not be the fourth schedule to the Bill, because there is nothing in it. I hope that that is persuasive and I urge my colleagues to resist the temptation to retain clause 37.