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Of course. Actually, the real question is whether they're limited to core participants, because I'd have to decide -- there is one national title that is not a core participant, and I'd have to decide whether to give that national title the opportunity to respond. I think I'd be pretty shirty if I got asked to call all sorts of evidence again, but that's a different point.

That's something to consider, but of course it would be confidential. It goes without saying that approaching the problem in this way, which then satisfies your concern about the press, means that the press would understand that this is a concern I'm expressing about the press, and I want responses about the press, which might mean that titles that have the least to concern themselves with actually have to address my terms of reference and reflect upon the body of the evidence which I have received, to decide what is the submission they wish to make.

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