I'd be happy to.
Part of our challenge in negotiating labour mobility provisions is that this issue falls under the competence of member states, by and large, so we're going to need member state support in moving that issue forward.
When it comes to that issue, the U.K. is particularly sensitive, and there have been a number of discussions ongoing within the European Union because the EU is attempting to limit immigration from other EU member states in some ways. They're sensitive to the potential of various types of technicians or business people coming in and replacing jobs that already exist in the U.K. It's a sensitivity that's particularly acute in the U.K.