All right. Thank you very much indeed.
I have received other applications for core participant status. They come under slightly different headings. There has been an application by the National Union of Journalists, and there have been applications, one of which I have previously granted, but will formally grant, from the two other media groups. That is to say, the Telegraph and Trinity Mirror, not, as I understand it, the Independent.
I don't think I need trouble any of the persons who make those applications to do so more formally. It's impossible to distinguish between Trinity Mirror and the Telegraph on the one hand and those whom I've granted core participant status representing publishers on the other, or editors, on the other. I do see the National Union of Journalists as having a different window on the subject matter of part one of this Inquiry. I shall deal with all those by granting them, but I shall reduce my reasons into writing so that it's clear for everybody to see.
I shall look at the material that Mr Beggs has produced and has asked me to before making a decision about Surrey Police.
I shall also add a comment about the role that core participants have and the role that they don't have in connection with the Inquiry. I have said that there is no bright line, and that might have been slightly misunderstood because I don't intend that those who might be affected, but who are not core participants will necessarily be given the chance to make representations at every occasion that issues arise it for me to make a decision. I will decide whether in my discretion to allow submissions on a case-by-case basis, and it may be that submissions in writing will be sufficient. But other than that, I don't think it's necessary to go.
Does anybody else want to say anything else on the subject of core participant status?
Mr Beggs, you're very welcome to stay. If you wish to, and listen to the other not unimportant issues, one of which concerns the extent to which the Inquiry can use material that is presently being looked at by the police in connection with their investigation, but if you don't want to, it won't in any sense be considered discourteous.