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It is, it is. I think that also followed in terms of your discussions about a code of conduct. You know, when Ofcom -- and I know this because I have been part of the process. When Ofcom is changing the Broadcasting Code, it publicly consults. The public is part of that process. Of course clearly industry is a very significant part of that process, but the idea that the code would be formulated in a closed room, by a small group of people, is unimaginable to Ofcom.

So I think you could imagine a Code Committee that, say, had an independent majority which could tweak the code, because you want something that is flexible. But if you were going to change the code in any fundamental way, you widen the conversation.

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