Well, we were alerted to the request that the appearance of that witness be delayed until 5 August. The reasons given initially were different to the reasons now being canvassed by my learned friend because as we understood the situation, inquiries were being made by - on behalf of Ms Campbell, which required the delay in her appearance, and it was not until, I think it was last week, that I received what purports to be a motion requesting certain protective measures, and also the appearance of two lawyers to have rights of audience in court on behalf of Ms Campbell. We received that last week. Interestingly, that purported motion is not signed by anyone on behalf of the Prosecution, but is actually signed by a former roommate of mine in the United Kingdom and a former Director of Public Prosecutions in the United Kingdom, Lord Macdonald, which I find somewhat strange. We have not had an opportunity to reply to that purported motion, but in due course, and I can make it plain now, we would oppose any application for any special measures to be taken on behalf of Ms Campbell, including the right of audience of two lawyers to be in court in order to assist the witness. We find that somewhat strange because as far as we are concerned, there is nothing special about this particular witness.