The Minister paints a gloomy picture of the pensions landscape that would exist if our new clause were accepted, but he must know that in every single pensions Bill we have had, there has been a recognition—almost universal among the witnesses who have given evidence—that scaling up pension schemes is an absolute necessity. He says that 47,000 pension schemes still have to find trustees, but that is not the case if they are not big enough to give value for money under another of our new clauses. Of course not—they merge. Surely he is on the record as saying that scale matters and that we need more scale. In one sense I am offering the Minister a measure that would enable him to achieve one of his ambitions: to scale up the pensions scheme landscape.