Can I wish you all a happy and peaceful New Year. Let’s hope we can put 2020 behind us and look forward to a year when COVID restrictions are reduced as more and more of those vulnerable to the virus are vaccinated. I very much hope that our Government will look kindly on the private sector as we look to rebalance our battered economy. I, along with others, have argued strongly against raising taxes, which will cripple businesses already on their knees, not least in the hospitality sector. And, let’s not forget, that it is these same businesses that help to pay for our public sector through tax. I also hope that the second vaccine comes on line soon, not only bringing relief to the vulnerable, but also to our hard-working doctors and nurses. There is also much to do now that we are free from the EU, and we must exploit the many opportunities that will present themselves. That applies to South Dorset, too, and I and many others will continue to do our level best to ensure we are included in any levelling up. This year will be a better one, of that I am sure, and we must attack it with renewed vigour.