In terms of your dealings with Mr Fedorcio, you tell us that you spoke to him, along with other reporters, on the day the royal wedding last year, and that a month later, in May of last year, he came to the Daily Mirror's offices.
As a result of meeting him there, you emailed him asking, I think, for access to the Commissioner for an interview. You've exhibited the email to your statement. It got a response from Mr Fedorcio, and he didn't promise you an interview. He told you that the Commissioner would be speaking at a forthcoming CRA briefing, and what he also said was:
"But I do have a queue filled by your colleagues and competitors. We'll see."
Did you get any sense that you were being played off with your competitors for access to the Commissioner or am I reading too much into that?