Well, I’m bewildered now, Presiding Officer; I’m at a loss. I must confess, I’m at a loss as to how to respond to—. Well, that wasn’t really a question at all, was it? It was some kind of assertion, based on what exactly? Let me tell the Welsh Conservatives’ spokesperson the truth, and I challenge her, and any other opposition Member here present today, listening to this debate, to come back and disprove this: Wales has maintained a transparent and consistent methodology of measuring the level 2 inclusive score over these years, since 2011. We haven’t changed it; it has been consistent throughout. Professional statisticians—I presume you are not calling their integrity into question—are the people who give us those figures. Consistently, throughout those years, since 2011, we have seen the level 2 inclusive score in Wales rise from 50 per cent to 51 per cent the year after, to 52 per cent the year after that, to 55 per cent in 2014 and, this year, reaching an all-time high of 57.6 per cent. Quite who the opposition parties are accusing of being disingenuous, I don’t know, but I will be very happy to be disproven by anyone who can bring me proper evidence, rather than assertions, that those clear statistics are in any way wrong.