I’m pleased to take part in this debate today. Firstly, my thanks go to the Chair, William Powell, for setting out our report’s findings and recommendations. I would just like to use my time to reflect on my experience on the committee during the last five years. I first got involved with the Petitions Committee before I was a Member of this institution. I was a petitioner and I remember coming down here on a bus with 50 other people and presenting that petition to the then Chairperson, Christine Chapman, who I met then for the first time, and handing it to Christine and Andrew R.T. Davies, who was a Member from the Conservative group. But, for me, as somebody who led that petition, it was useful to be on the other side. I now meet people every week who hand in petitions and I have an understanding of where they’re coming from. For me, it was a good experience, and on the way back on that coach I felt a sense, and all those other 50 people, that we had actually taken part in the democratic process of bringing about change. They weren’t just moaning about something, they were bringing forward change, and that was the view of all 50 people, apart from one lady whom I spoke to on the way back. I asked her about her experience and she said she wasn’t that concerned about the Newtown bypass, she just wanted a day out in Cardiff. [Laughter.] But, apart from that, people were very passionate on that coach trip.