We were giving thought internally to this this morning, and would like to take it forward in a number of respects. We would expect within the next 48 hours or so to come up with a second draft, which we would circulate for comment.
The draft we see is drawn in the main from the Al-Sweady protocol. In that case, it's right to say that the witnesses who might be seeking anonymity had already been identified. They were likely to be military witnesses, and they had legal representation.
The anonymous witnesses who may be coming forward to this Inquiry, have not been identified in advance, and some of them may well not have legal representation, and therefore consideration has to be given as to what is quite a subtle approach here, namely an open submission and a closed submission, whether that's going to work in this sort of situation.
One can see that if the witness has the support of the NUJ, then these problems may well disappear, but if the witness is entirely unsupported, then the problems are going to exist.