It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Ms Vaz. I hope today is everything you wished for.
I congratulate Ben Howlett on his excellent series of sentences. I also congratulate the petitioners on securing the debate. I am here in place of my hon. Friend Calum Kerr—indeed, I am something of a plan B—but I do have a personal interest in bees, in that I once had a hive in my bedroom. I did not want it there, but the bees had decided that my chimney was a great place to create a hive. That gave me an interest in bees, which I have kept to this day.