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I think that internal controls -- I mean, there's a couple of points I think you're touching on there. I think certainly with respect to the regulation of the television business, really what this is about, and the media business more broadly in the UK, the question there was around how -- you know, what was the best way to guarantee the independence of these entities, the independence of their coverage, the independence that they have from factions, from industrial or political factions and so on and so forth, and that was something that was an important point. I never made an argument that -- this was never a comment about internal controls, internal governance, compliance or anything like that, nor was it an argument to say that competition law enforcing competition infringements and enforcing the rule of law in general around an organisation was in any way to be done down.

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