The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press. More…

There's one point which arises on your supplementary statement, if I can just draw attention to that quite briefly. I'm not concerned with most of it, for obvious reasons. I think it's in paragraph 16. I'm just going to read this out and ask for your comment.

"Mr Grant has attacked press intrusion and harassment after the birth of his love child following a 'fleeting affair' with former girlfriend Tinglan Hong, yet he has repeatedly publicly spoken of his desire to be a father, either with Liz Hurley or particularly around the time he was promoting About a Boy, a film in which he single-handedly brings up a child."

Are you saying there that in the light of Mr Grant's public statements about his wish to be a father, it is effectively open season, that the Daily Mail and everybody else is entitled to explore the circumstances of the child's birth --

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