I think we should all take a moment and express the gratitude and thanks which the members of the British Transport Police, London Underground Ltd, London Ambulance Service, London Fire Brigade, Transport for London, the NHS and the Metropolitan Police Service all deserve for their outstanding response to the terrorist attacks on London yesterday. And also pause, and remember those who've died in our thoughts and prayers. Across the network it was LUL staff (so often belittled and abused) who were first on the scene, evacuating passengers from trains and tunnels, before the blue light services arrived. Away from the actual attacks LUL staff did their best to get people home, or at least part of the way. At the same time the fire fighter, police and paramedics - and of course the doctors and nurses - of the various blue light services were all doing an absolutely outstanding job. All the months of exercises, planning and preparation paid of in the smooth and efficient response to this outrage. It speak volumes, I feel, for London's character and resiliance, and also for the professionalism of our public services, that in less than 24 hours from the first attack the buses were running again, and the Tubes will also be running. I do wonder if this would be the case in other world cities. Well done.