Well, the Prime Minister is the head of the British government, so for me, again, as with the Mayor of London -- I think we occupy the same sphere of existence, so it's very interesting, I think -- it's a symbiotic relationship for myself and for a politician to find out -- politicians are finding out from me what's going on in the media world and we, as proprietors -- or I am, in particular, anyway -- I'm not sure about others -- find out from politicians about the workings of the party, about the workings of Westminster and about the policy.
I'll just point out that actually I've met various politicians of various ranks, from younger politicians to elder statesmen, and I've met -- it's not just the Tory party politicians that I've met. I've met Nigel Farage of the UKIP party and I'm just about to meet George Galloway way, the newest arrival at Westminster. So I just have an interest in politics and I have very diverse interests so I'm interested in finding out what people think of different issues.
One issue that particularly interests me is Russia, because I'm Russian and because I still have very strong links with Russia. My family is in Russia. So with the Prime Minister, for example, that's an interesting point for me to discuss, on his views on Russia, what's happening in Russia, and, you know -- in particular, I remember we had a conversation before his trip to Russia, which was -- he was finding out from me my views of what's happening there and I was interested to hear his views, because it was something that interests me greatly.