I agree with you, Scott. Almost to the letter. But now the reality strikes, that actually the cost of leaving the EU will hit places like Sunderland and Ebbw Vale hard, those places have to take that on the chin. It was their choice. And it is not the responsibility of London to make good that loss, either. The leave vote, I suspect, was a the rebellion you describe, against a deeply flawed Europe. But that rebellion has an invoice. And it is that invoice which we need to honestly face up to now, instead of the statistics massaging that both camps are involved in even after the matter has been decided. The reality is, people voted for hard Brexit, as it is known. My own views on that are irrelevant, but people voted for that. Membership of the economy community would place freedom of movement high on the agenda still, and that, I suspect, is the issue that swung the vote.