The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press. More…

That's slightly different. That's probably right. But there is a concern that I recognise in what Professor Brock says about investigators marching in -- and the other problem, of course, is that there are only so many investigators and policemen and what have you to go around for the range of activity which has to be the subject of investigation. We can't simply rely on there being a policeman to arrest a photographer for harassment, or a regulator to be able to find out about one private detective and then get all sorts of information. We have to find something else as well.

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