Who in many cases are not able to pay it. Take the railways; people use railways, but we are subsidizing those railways to no small extent. Take the canals; people use canals, but they are not paid for exclusively by the people who use them. So on all along the line; all the government services are used by the people or some of the people, but are paid for out of taxation. I cannot see why this particular service should be singled out for the application of the principle that it must be paid for just as it may be used. I do not think the suggestion I have made departs from a practice which has been common in this country for a great many years.