First Minister, Newport has gone through some tough times as far as steel is concerned. There has been a lot of restructuring. Local workforces have had to adapt, and they have shown tremendous resilience. They have achieved amazing change and shown unquestionable commitment. We have seen that resilience reflected in continuing operations at Llanwern and, indeed, the Orb steelworks; also, at Liberty and a variety of smaller players. So, I think it’s clear that steel, with its strong history in Newport, still has a great future because of that adaptability, resilience and strength. So, I very much want to see the Welsh Government working with partners—the UK Government and others—to recognise that potential. Indeed, parts of the operations—and this isn’t true just of Newport and just of Llanwern and the Orb works, but is also true, I know, of other parts of the steel industry in Wales—are profitable at the current time. We must, of course, avoid any cherry-picking, as you’ve been very strong in saying, First Minister, and we must see all of the operations in Wales in and the UK as a whole. They are integrated. They do rely on each other, again as you’ve outlined today. So, that, I think, is the spirit within which this debate and this statement today takes place, First Minister—looking at it all as an integrated whole. When we look to restructuring and investment for the future, I do think that we need to look at it as a whole, and that will include those profitable operations at the moment, which do have great potential, and skilled workforces that have shown that they can produce world-class products that can be exported and can take advantage of niche markets. They have shown that innovation and strength to deal with the challenges of the current day and the future. I’m sure that, in the restructuring, the investment, and the research and development, First Minister, operations such as Llanwern and the Orb works will be at the forefront of supporting that expertise, that experience and that strength. I would like to hear from you today that that very much is the way that the Welsh Government is thinking.