I think when it becomes at a national high-profile investigation, then clearly the volume and the demands upon us from the media is significant. Also, the time of year when this took place, there was a lack of continuity in terms of journalists, and what we found is that outside of the usual crime reporters we had general reporters there and journalists.
I think for me the lesson that comes out of this is in relation to responsible and accurate reporting, which clearly at times there wasn't. This has a massive impact upon the family, because every time there was something speculative reported, in particular in relation to the Sun with the sock and also with the low copy DNA, then it would require us to make contact with the family, to make them aware of the fact this article was going to be published.
It's really important that we maintain that trust and confidence with the family, and thankfully we achieved that with this investigation, but it does put a strain upon that relationship. Certainly that's the lessons -- some of the lessons that were learnt, anyway, in terms of the media, sir.