Given that the Minister of State said the quarterly figures will be available in June, I wish to refer to the related issue of the 2003 figures. In Britain, our nearest neighbour, there was a drop in visits to hotels, guesthouses and bed and breakfast accommodation and an increase in the numbers staying with friends and relatives. That raises an issue of whether they are staying with friends and relatives because of our rip-off tourism mentality. Are there any plans to widen the survey to ask why people stay in bed and breakfast accommodation, guesthouses, and with friends and relatives as opposed to other forms of accommodation?
On the issue of statistics, when the CSO is carrying out its survey and the "other" slot is filled in, is there a "please specify" option? In that case, would information be available as to what "other" actually entails and, if so, would the Minister of State be prepared to provide a detailed breakdown to Deputies on what it means?