Well, I think it gives flexibility in the sense that the body is established by statute. The body consults and decides exactly -- the precise details of its functions are not laid down in the statute. And they're not laid down by the executive. They're something that's decided on independently by the members of the authority.
So a statutory framework gives greater flexibility. Although we do say in paragraph 15 that it may be that the statute could refer to the contracts and make it clear that there's some -- I think they were debated earlier in the week in this Inquiry -- some subtle issues of contract law that may arise in the context of such a contract. The position could be made clear by the statute.