But I think there's a difference between a corporation, an organisation from the top reacting to something in the way they're reacting, and after all these decisions are being made at the very top, and the officers who haven't done anything wrong, the middle-ranking officers, are the ones who are being affected by it.
So in order to tackle a scandal, if you like, what they seem to be doing is handing more power to senior officers to control the flow of information, and actually you could argue that you should open it up and allow officers to speak freely, because in that way you could highlight future scandals, you could allow your officers -- empower them to highlight future scandals. It's happened in the past, it happened under Robert Mark.
So I perceive it as an overreaction, I do. If you stop -- it's already happening. I have relationships with officers that the press office are trying to stop me talking to now, for no -- no decisions have been made, but this is happening already.