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I think you ought to be given the opportunity to say one other thing as well, Mr Ryley, which I'm sure you would want to say. It may be suggested that it is not a coincidence that the issues we've just discussed arise at BSkyB while, at the same time, other issues have arisen in other parts of the News Corporation empire. But let me understand it, if I can. The episodes you described today originated from the bottom, from the journalist up, as indeed was the example of email hacking that evidence has been given about in relation to the Times, and therefore, would I be right to assume that you would make it absolutely clear that no inference at all should be drawn or would be right to draw from the fact that actually these two instances, and indeed interception of telephone messages, all emanate from different parts of the same group?

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