Thank you for that answer, First Minister. Presiding Officer, with your indulgence, as this is the last First Minister’s questions that I and the First Minister will engage in before the election, I would just like to pay tribute to the retiring Members who are standing down from the Assembly, from all the parties here. Whilst we might have the political theatre within this Chamber, I’m sure that you will agree with me, First Minister, that everyone does go into public life with the best intentions, whatever political affiliation they have, and, through their own ways and means, they do try and endeavour to deliver for their constituents and, indeed, in the best interests of Wales in this institution. I hope you will be able to join with me in paying tribute to my colleague William Graham who, for 17 years, has served so diligently this institution, with integrity, pride and passion, and, ultimately, has served his constituents so well. But, above all, I hope you will agree with me that, whatever happens in the election over the next six to seven weeks, in the Assembly that will convene here for the fifth Assembly, people do go into public life for the best reasons, and that is to shape and help create a better environment, a better community and a better Wales within the United Kingdom.