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Fair enough, but can we look at what you said? The third paragraph, the Guardian has said that it understands that:

"... the police file showed that between 2,000 or 3,000 individuals had their mobile phones hacked into, far who than was ever officially admitted during the investigation and prosecution of Clive Goodman. Yet my recollection is different. As I recall the list of those targeted [and we'll come to that in a moment], which was put together from records kept by Glenn Mulcaire, ran to several hundred names. Of these there was a small number, perhaps a handful, where there was evidence that phones had actually been tampered with."

So, pausing there, Mr Hayman, it appears that you were shown -- this was a point which came out through the Select Committee --

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