Then we see the conclusion:
"Gregory said that the case against Harris and Reed was hopeless. Gregory asked what the position was with Gordon Taylor ..."
And then we go on to Mr Lewis, who we need not deal with today.
There is a second later document that I'd like to draw your attention to. It's at page 19. It's headed "Farrer & Co". If we could have paragraph 5 in the centre of the screen, please. This is a letter that was written on 7 September this year by Farrer & Co to Linklaters, who were investigating what has happened. Paragraph 5 contains, in a nutshell, Farrers' explanation for the inquiry:
"The reason for this inquiry stemmed from the suspicion that Mr Lewis and Ms Harris were exchanging highly confidential information gained from acting for claimants (and Mr Taylor in particular) in cases against News Group News in order to bring further actions against News Group News by other potential claimants."
It then goes on to give their explanation. It says:
"While in hindsight the relevance of the results of such enquiries may be open to challenge, we are satisfied that there were legitimate concerns: apart from the issue regarding the possible exchange of confidential information, it was known that Mr Taylor was sufficiently concerned about the conduct of his previous law firm and Mr Lewis that he had instructed new solicitors to make a complaint to the SRA."
Accepting that there was in fact, on your evidence, no wrongdoing, do you accept Farrers' position that there was enough for them to be suspicious of to justify investigation of you and your private circumstances?