Well, as I have already said, the Trial Chamber had contemplated sitting on Friday, which is outside the normal court schedule, but after hearing from the parties the Trial Chamber of course recognises that the delays caused by the technical problems experienced this week were not the fault of the parties.
The Trial Chamber also recognises that it's not unreasonable for the parties to have made pre-existing commitments which were arranged in the expectation that the normal court schedule would prevail this week. So in the circumstances the Court will not interfere with the current order and will not sit tomorrow.
Now, Mr Taylor, once more, you are going to be asked some questions. I remind you are still bound by your oath to tell the truth.