You draw attention to the headlines on some of the other articles and we have them available. If I just read out some of the headlines, making it clear that these are only -- I don't diminish it in that way -- the subject of successful libel action, not contempt of court. Item 1:
"The strange Mr Jefferies."
The Sun, 31 December.
"Murder police quiz 'nutty professor' with a blue rinse. Was Jo's body hidden next to her flat?"
Daily Mail, 31 December 2010.
"The strange Mr Jefferies, creepy."
Daily Record, 31 December.
Then item 8 I'm going to come to separately, because a separate point arises there.
You have provided in paragraph 28 extracts from -- or maybe the bullet points which could be derived from the articles to which you refer.