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I come back to my answer, which -- again, which is that it may be the best use of Ofcom's time, but Ofcom -- the problem of what Ofcom is being asked to do is a real one. It's coming from the government but the Inquiry has a separate view on what the problem to be fixed is, and the Inquiry has been asked to come up with some solutions, which is why -- I think there are two separate processes here. One is that the government is asking for advice from Ofcom, but if the Inquiry has a different view on what Ofcom should be suggesting and maybe wants to request advice from Ofcom more broadly on what the policy framework might look like, I think that's a feasible one.

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