Who was then the chairman of the Press Complaints Commission. It says that on behalf of your chief executive, as chairman of the Johnston Press Editorial Review Group, you were replying to a letter about subterfuge. In the course of replying, in the fourth paragraph, you say:
"On subterfuge and issues arising from the Clive Goodman case, I have to say there are not that many occasions in our group when such practice is ever deemed necessary."
Could I ask you what you were referring to by the words "such practice"?