That takes some doing, as my hon. Friend well knows. I see no point in having a summary of a statement. If I read the provision correctly, it means that I make a statement and someone else provides their interpretation in a summary, which a judge examines before taking a decision. If someone else writes a summary, it is their opinion of what I
said, but I want the judge to see exactly what I said rather than what someone else thinks I said. I ask the Minister to reflect further on the problem.