What I’m troubled by in your answer, First Minister, is that you seem to be apportioning blame to the medical staff here in this particular equation, which, I have to say, I find surprising, and, maybe, in response to this third question, you could enlarge on that. One of the key problems does seem to be the ability to attract and retain staff, and, ultimately, we know that the Welsh Government have had successive campaigns to attract staff here in Wales. Two years ago, the Welsh Government, under the previous health Minister, Lesley Griffiths, launched the campaign. It just doesn’t seem to be working, First Minister. When you made your announcement, you did highlight the ability of the health board to attract staff as being a key requirement to the retention of the service. Now, what interaction has the Welsh Government been having with the health board to make sure that they have been trying their darndest to attract staff to fill these posts, which wouldn’t rely on the service being withdrawn, and can you enlarge on what you have just said in your previous answer to me about clinical staff and medical staff needing to look to themselves to resolve this problem?