Okay. May I move on now, Sir Harold, to other issues, wider issues about the culture, practices and ethics of the press? May I start off, please, with a piece you wrote, not sure exactly when, and that's part of my focus in asking you this question. Look at tab 16 of the bundle that has been prepared, you'll see a piece that you wrote, it must have been before 1981, called, "Privacy in journalism, striking the balance", and it related, amongst other things, to the role of the press in the Lambton/Jellicoe Affair. Do you remember that?