Well, I appreciate the point, Madam President, and I know your Honours will craft or fashion a ruling that is specific to just this witness. But there is comments on the record by counsel opposite to the effect, at 2 starting at line 7, that all witnesses be afforded that protection, that their current addresses and whereabouts of themselves and family members not be part of the public record.
The basis for this, which in our view is a new and distinct application, not in writing, orally for the first time in Court, purportedly derives from - counsel's words are, "I think that is standard procedure of all tribunals that I know of and it's a basic measure to protect the privacy of witnesses."
Well, we operate by rules, we operate by written application. So to say that it is standard procedure and therefore all witnesses should be afforded this from our point of view is not legally sound. So we won't even comment on this additional application. We have made our submissions in respect of TF1-210 and we stand by them.