Yes. I mean, I think an inquiry is necessarily inquisitorial, but a tribunal system that's dealing with essentially individual complaints is a slightly more difficult process.
I mean, it's often mentioned as a way of solving the terrible costs problems that the law experiences.
I have not seen any example of it actually working in practice. Our legal culture is so different from legal cultures where they have more inquisitorial systems. I'm very hesitant about -- I suspect we would end up with a system which looked rather like our usual adversarial system, even if we tried to be inquisitorial.