I think I understand, sir, what you're saying. I think what I'm trying to say is that, particularly for newspapers like the Sun, you have to -- your power is your readership. It's not an individual power. You know, it's a readership power and I think that's really important.
I think Tony Gallagher, the editor of the Telegraph, said that if he fell under a bus, you know, the power of his office would go, and I think -- just adding to his point, I think at the Sun, the readers are the most powerful. It is their voice that we try and reflect, their injustices, their concerns that we try and tackle, their interests we try and engage in. So I just don't see -- I think -- I can't remember what the question was but I was more reacting to the fact that every day the readers can unelect us as newspapers.