I'm grateful to my learned friend and can I, while I'm on my feet, make one clarification. I raised with this witness, as I do with many, the question of whether or not he's ever sworn a statement; made a declaration that the contents of a statement are true. He said that he had and you will remember me yesterday saying, "I'll be corrected if I'm wrong" - in fact, I think I went further than that. I think I said, "I'm quite confident that you haven't." In fact, I turn out to be wrong.
As far as I can tell, uniquely with this witness of fact, he did at some stage look at some of the interviews that had been conducted with him - and I'm talking some years later - and made a declaration of truth in relation to those interviews. It would appear that at the end of May 2007 he was shown interviews for five dates and he signed to say that the contents of them were true to the best of his knowledge and belief.
So I certainly would like that to be on record, that I was wrong when I put to the witness yesterday that we'd not been supplied with such a declaration. In fact, it was tucked - it's entirely my fault. It was tucked in the back of a bundle - a file - that contained documentary exhibits and we haven't actually used any documentary exhibits with this witness.
It was my oversight and for that I apologise, and I can certainly indicate to my learned friend opposite that I don't think that she has any need to search any further unless, of course, the Prosecution think that since May of last year he's been asked to review any of the other interviews that took place and he has signed a similar declaration. I suspect not, because I think we would have been supplied with that by now in any event.