KAREN ANDREWS: Well, good morning. There’s obviously some news that I would like to speak to my community about. A couple of weeks ago, when I had made the decision that I was not going to contest the next federal election, I spoke to Peter Dutton, and I gave him my view that I would not be standing and seeking re-election at the next federal election. I offered to step down from the ministry at that point, and he declined that offer. But when a reshuffle was happening today, the decision was made that I would step back to the back bench and continue my work from the back bench. I am a very proud resident of the Southern Gold Coast. I love representing this community. I will continue to represent this community, the remainder of this term of Parliament, but I won’t be seeking re-election. Given that I had made that decision, the right thing to do was to speak to Peter and let him know that that was my decision. It’s important that the Liberal National Party gets the right candidate quickly onto the ground here on the Gold Coast, and that the very important shadow portfolio of Home Affairs has someone into that role. So in the lead up to the next election, Peter can have the right team in place to take forward beyond the election. So, whilst this is the end of an era for me, I’m very proud of the work that I did here, locally. I’m very proud of the opportunities that were given to me, it was way beyond anything I ever would’ve considered. So I was honoured to be Australia’s Home Affairs Minister. I was honoured to be Australia’s Industry, Science and Technology Minister, but most of all, I have been honoured to be the member from McPherson, and I will continue to represent this beautiful electorate until the next election. Happy to take any questions.