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Well, I think the only thing I would add is if you look at paragraph 5.6 of our advice to you, page 0861 of your papers, you'll see that we're saying there the importance of different regulatory bodies working together, common and consistent principles. You'll recall that Tim Suter ended his remarks by talking not only about the importance of in effect being able to deal with the convergent digital future, but also of the importance for consumers and citizens of knowing where to go in a clear way if they've got a problem.

So I think what we're saying here is we think the direction of travel sketched by Tim Suter is very interesting. Right at this moment we have a system of broadcasting regulation that appears to work well, and which appears to command public trust.

The two things, I think, are not inconsistent.

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