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

Yes, at least in part. Just because, as I go on later to say, it's totally different -- you know, the way that a lot of newspapers explain this type of behaviour is that, you know: well, the truth should out and the family have a right to know. Well, yes, possibly the family have a right to know, but you know, everybody else doesn't have a right to know and lots of couples have to deal with situations like this between themselves, as ordinary normal people do, but having to deal with it on this scale, with your -- in terms of my mother, with her mother and father, her elderly mother and father having to go through all of this, my nana having to go to church on a Sunday and listen to people's comments, et cetera, is just unacceptable.

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