One has to be a bit careful about that because what's been obtained by me pursuant to a requirement under the 2005 Act, in other words under compulsion, might carry with it certain consequential effects if it were put into the police system. I'm not saying it would, but I'm saying, putting a criminal law hat on, I'm a bit concerned about some aspects of that.
Is not the first thing to do, in relation to any statement that you particularly want the police to have because it advances their inquiry, to identify that statement and then, through the Inquiry or through the relevant core participant, seek permission?
For example, if one of Mr Sherborne's clients has made a statement which you think would assist the police inquiry, we can ask or I can ask -- it probably won't be me -- Mr Sherborne whether his client would have an objection to that statement being released under the police. Then it's not being provided under compulsion and you have it. That's the first thing.
For the rest of it, the need to take instructions I do see as slightly different, and I'll just need to hear what people think about that.