I am grateful to the hon. Gentleman for his intervention.
I could not agree more. I have to say that I am very sorry for my hon. Friend’s constituent.
Thank you so much, Mr Deputy Speaker. I have taken rather a lot of interventions.
I have been very generous. I will give way one more time, but I would like to finish my speech.
I cannot stand that story up, other than to say that I have read the reports in the newspapers that say the SFO is investigating aspects
It is good to know—
For my hon. Friend and me, that is true, but I am thinking about the people who do not drive.
My right hon. Friend mentions the railways, which is my favourite subject and on which I hope to address the House a little later.