Well, it would be slightly different from Reynolds in the sense that Reynolds is directed towards effectively looking at whether your journalism is responsible or not, whether you have taken appropriate steps to verify and so on.
This would be, if the position was that the adjudicator had said, "You need to do this, this and this to put things right," and you did it, that would be a complete defence.
So it would be an additional defence.
I mean, Reynolds -- again, I don't doubt this is something the Inquiry has looked at before. Reynolds suffers from the difficulty of uncertainty. It's very difficult to know where the boundaries are, and it therefore has a negative effect on publishers.