I think we would be testing the patience of the Deputy Presiding Officer and the Chamber to destruction if we were to start discussing the 98 page consultation document I issued yesterday on the new rural development programme. I would suggest to the Liberal Democrat spokesperson that perhaps he take some time to read through it, and then we can have a debate on that at another time. In terms of where we are going now, I do not intend to significantly revisit or change any direction or policy at present. We are seeing a policy being delivered that is delivering success in controlling the disease. I understand that opposition spokespeople have to spend time looking through every document for bad news or difficulties; that is part of the role of opposition, and I accept that, but I would invite even the Liberals, on some occasions, to congratulate farmers and cattle keepers across Wales who have helped deliver this decline in bovine TB. It is something that has not been delivered solely by Government, but by the community as a whole working together—not making the point that William Powell made about disempowerment, but understanding the importance of testing and of having a testing regime that works, understanding the importance of biosecurity, understanding how that can have an impact on the disease, and then recognising, while being in no way complacent, and not believing that this battle is a battle that is won, that we are seeing a significant decline in the incidence of bovine TB in the cattle population of this country, and that that decline is taking place from Clwyd down to Pembrokeshire, from north Wales to south Wales, east to west. That decline is taking place because of the policy tools that we have in place, and because of the way they are being delivered by cattle keepers, day in, day out, across the whole of Wales. I hope that Members on all sides of the Chamber will join me in working with the agricultural community to ensure that this decline, while we welcome it today, is something that we put in place as a means of controlling and then eradicating this disease in future.