That's fair enough. The difficulties in conducting leak inquiries, of course, are well-known, but I've been asked to put to you this questions in relation to the final sentence of paragraph 44, where you say:
"The only proper way to deal with such inquiries is through the examination of telephone records, a highly intrusive process for conduct which is disciplinary rather than criminal."
Two points there, Lord Blair. The first is that the leak may, in certain circumstances, be criminal. Would you accept that?