Certainly. It became quite a regular event for people to knock on the door. We'd established that we wouldn't do any interviews, we'd actually only do everything through the Surrey Police press office, for the simple reason of not wanting to create any media war between a particular publication having an access which they might consider, let's say, exclusive, but certainly -- it was fine, it was polite, and I think at the end of the day our response was the same, it always has been the same: we won't do -- and even recently, we've been doorstepped in recent times as well.
But I think the thing that was probably quite difficult was that on our own property, I was out the front on our front drive, probably putting something in our recycling bin or something, and suddenly this person just hopped from behind the hedge and approached me. It was just at the moment -- I remember it specifically because it was the time that the head of the investigation of the Surrey Police team was changed, and he immediately said to me, "What do you think of the head of the investigation being changed?" And I mean, really, it was a sort of, well, what possibly am I going to say? Fortunately, I had the foresight to think: well, actually, I'm not going to say anything, just say I have no comment, and I think -- I don't know -- I think he might have introduced which media he was from, but I think something, you know, appeared in the paper probably the next day to say, you know, "Mr Dowler said, 'No comment', or something to that effect, but for the simple reason that obviously, you know, as we said, to try and avoid giving specifics, because once you engage in one question, then there's the next question, and then you're engaged in a discussion and that, I guess, de facto, becomes an interview, doesn't it?