That's an interesting -- I think quite a convoluted observation. It's an interesting one. I would say that my experience is that Downing Street and politicians in general build programmes, build announcements, with a view to landing them on the 6 o'clock news, on the 10 o'clock news. Actually, that is quite a managed and choreographed way of dealing with the news. Actually going out and trying to, as I say, report what's really going on, find out what's possibly off the Downing Street diary but nonetheless of sufficient significance to our readers to be on the front page of the Times is a serious way to conduct our journalism.