I promise you there'll be plenty of time to make the points that you want to make.
So let's come back to the details which you say don't quite match the description of Ms Owens in the article, because I think you mentioned one or two in one of your previous answers. Let's take them very quickly in turn, if I may.
You say that the woman in the article is said to work for Warner Brothers and Mrs Owens doesn't work for Warner Brothers. That's right? Well, technically she doesn't, but you accept, don't you, Mr Dacre, that she does work with a production company associated with Warner Brothers that was making a film --