Well, I also am very glad that the UK Government listened to my call in terms of—. I wanted to scrap, of course, the tolls on the Severn bridge. They’ve heeded my call and cut them, which of course I welcome. They’re not quite far enough, but that is a step in the right direction. I was also very pleased indeed to take part in the announcement—which was UK Government, Welsh Government and 10 local authorities coming together in partnership—to welcome the Cardiff capital region city deal. But your question is very important in terms of the long-term, robust underpinning of our finances in Wales. In terms of the funding floor and the Barnett formula, I very much welcome, I would have to say at this point, the Finance Committee’s report on future funding for Wales. In fact, I have written to the Chair of the Finance Committee—I hope she has received my letter—to say that I accept every one of your recommendations because they do reflect the challenges we are under. In terms of the floor itself, yes, of course, we have worked hard to secure that floor, but it has to be a funding floor—and you recognised this cross-party, as the Finance Committee—for the future, not just for this spending review.