I imagine that would happen any time there's a change of government, when one government disagrees with the position of the previous government but a law has been adopted.
If colleagues would allow, I'll ask one short question.
In response to Ms. Khalid's excellent question before, and then in terms of Mr. MacGregor's question, you talked about referring us to cases that might lead us to believe that the law might be unconstitutional. You referred us to a flurry of cases in which it had occurred at the Privy Council and then at the Supreme Court related to the insurance industry.
The current bill, as opposed to its predecessor version, no longer makes exemptions for insurance contracts of large amounts, so it removes any reference to the insurance industry. Are you aware of any case of a law being struck down when it made no specific reference to the insurance industry?