Well, I think this is interesting. This illustrates my point that in the press it comes down to the judgment call made by the writer, then particularly the editor and maybe the proprietor as well; it comes down to their values. But not the collective values of a body that's been called together to actually think this through properly; it comes down to their personal values. My personal value when I wrote that article was that I wasn't doing anything hurtful and that I was being entirely supportive and affectionate in what I wrote, and I was very careful to make sure that the Daily Mail didn't change it in any way that I didn't approve of. And when you are writing for the press, that is what it comes down to: the editor's personal values.