Thank you very much, Mr. Gourde.
If nobody minds, I'll take the next five minutes from here. I want to start with a bit of a summary of what I understand, just so I've got it all clear in my mind.
Mr. Massingham testified previously that he was aware that if any additional expenditures had gone through the Vote Leave account, they would have been over their limit. Enter 22 year-old Darren Grimes, who starts the BeLeave campaign just weeks before the referendum with no resources and no data. They get in touch with you somehow. We don't know exactly how they became aware of you, but they did presumably through Vote Leave. Mr. Massingham has added to a Google drive. He testified before us that he had no idea what was on the drive, even though this was one of the largest campaigns you've ever run. Mr. Grimes makes purchase orders in large sums mere days in-between, or close together to his receiving the same large amounts from Vote Leave that weren't the exact right numbers of the purchase orders he made. We learn that 1,400 ads were placed by AIQ between the two campaigns. Almost £700,000 was spent in total. We're directed to Slack messages, and on those Slack messages we see statements from Mr. Massingham to the effect of “your soft stuff will play better here versus the hard stuff”. Presumably that's Mr. Massingham speaking to the Vote Leave materials and to differentiate between the two. But nowhere in those Slack messages is there an indication of how many ads to run, which content to use exactly for those large number of ads, or how much money to put behind the ads. That was all done verbally from what we know.
Oh, I forgot to add, but there was absolutely no collaboration or coordination whatsoever. Is that right?