The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press. More…

It does depend on the inquiry, because some inquiries absolutely require publicity as they're hunting suspects, so it depends on the individual inquiry. I think the police understand that in a major investigation, there is a lot of public concern. In a child abduction, for example, there's a lot of fear created, so they need to provide as accurate as possible information. I don't -- you know, that was my phrase, "feeding the beast". It's my beast, not their beast.

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