I’m well aware, First Minister, how the system works now, and how it will work in the future. The crucial element is, of course, as you’ve just said, whether they fit the criteria. I’m asking you, because I’m sure your Government will have wanted to do this work, how many people you anticipate will no longer fit eligibility criteria as a result of those regulations, and whether you anticipate a drop in numbers that will be eligible for support under the new system as opposed to the old system. The reality is that, if those regulations are passed next week, your Government will offload responsibility for care to the voluntary sector, unpaid carers, friends and relatives, who are already struggling, if they’re in the voluntary sector, to maintain their funding, and struggling, if they’re carers, to do what they want to do for their relatives. First Minister, I’m glad that you’ve said that no-one who is currently eligible will lose their support. That, actually, is very welcome, and I’m sure you will want to hold local authorities to that next year. But, First Minister, are you satisfied that your Government is allowing local authorities to offload support in this way?