There are, in my understanding at the moment, eight or possibly nine witness statements on the system. Either by close of play tonight or first thing tomorrow morning, there will be seven or eight more, namely the statements of HJK, who has been anonymised pursuant to your order, JK Rowling, Christopher Jefferies, Sheryl Gascoigne, Gary Flitcroft, Graham Shear and Margaret Watson.
There are five or six further statements which should be available by close of play tomorrow. Various redactions have been looked at and I think now have been agreed: Steve Coogan, Ian Hurst, Charlotte Church, Anne Diamond, a supplementary statement from Hugh Grant, and a statement from Jane Winter.
So we're waiting for the statements from Sienna Miller and the supplementary statement from Mark Lewis. We don't believe Sienna Miller's statement, once available -- I understand it's been approved but not yet signed -- will give rise to any difficulty in relation to possible redaction. The same may not be true of Mark Lewis's supplementary statement. Consideration will have to be given to that. We don't know yet what it says.
Various of the exhibits are available on the system. Others are being looked at as a matter of some urgency. Some proposed redactions have been made, but there's been a difficulty with one copy sent through to us. These are teething problems which we will resolve in the very immediate future.
The exhibits contain material some of which is in the public domain, all of which, however, will be confidential to the core participants at this stage. Of course, we will make those available as soon as possible. How exactly some of the exhibits are treated when the witnesses give evidence will be a matter of discussion. May I, as it were, highlight a point? I can do it in relation to Mr Mosley's evidence.
He quite rightly puts within his bundle the original article in the News of the World which gave rise to the claim in the tort of breach of privacy. It will not be the Inquiry's intention to, as it were, place that article again in the public domain.