I'm going to take you through why you're here and what has happened to you. For everyone who has the statement -- again, the caveat everyone else who's watching will have it later on today -- we're going to be looking at paragraph 2 of the statement. If you would like to turn that up so that you know where I am, feel free to do that. It should just be over the page behind that. Exactly.
If I can, I'm going to lead you through some of the background. You just tell me whether you think what I'm saying is correct or not.
You explain that on 10 April 1991, you're much loved and now sorely missed 16-year-old daughter, Diane, was stabbed to death by a fellow pupil, Barbara Glover, in the grounds of Whitehill Secondary School, her school, during morning recess, so during the morning break.