I thank Nick Ramsay. Can I assure him that I took the train back to Aberystwyth, so I’m sure I suffered alongside him, and a very pleasant journey it was as well? I think the key point that he was making around the role that the Finance Committee can play, and one of the reasons, he’ll be aware, that I wanted to bring this statement to the Chamber, was that, in the Finance Committee, we don’t want this just to be a debate in the Finance Committee, but something that involves all Assembly Members, and vibrant to be aware that this is a pace of change that we haven’t seen for some—well, we’ve never seen before because we haven’t seen fiscal devolution before. The pace of change around our scrutiny of the budget, around the budget process itself, will be enormous in these next two or three years, and I think everyone needs to get across that, and that’s one of the reasons, I hope, for bringing the Finance Committee’s own deliberations out into the open, into the whole Chamber, as well. So, we do have that important role to play, and I think our most relevant role at the moment is to look at and examine very carefully what the lessons are in places like Scotland, what the lesson is of a legislative approach to budgeting, and to try and apply those to Wales.