I think the answer is that in my view, the rules of media handling in large cases are not that different to the normal rules that we follow, and the issue is that in the significant cases that have substantial media attention, the demand from the media is more constant and more unrelenting. But I don't think the rules are any different. We should still abide by the rules that we apply across all of the cases we are dealing with.
The difference is with the big cases that, as you said, each time we have a big case, we agree that things need to change, but when the next case comes along -- and the media make all the right noises, but when the next case comes along, it's exactly the change. I don't think the rules need to change from the perspective of the way we're dealing with it. I think there's got to go recognition, though, that there has to be some -- I don't agree with regulation. I think overregulation is not the right route, but I think there has to be some acceptance by the media that perhaps their behaviour needs to change.