It changes every day, so we might even be higher than that now.
You commented that the U.K. realized this risk early on and has taken the lead in developing domestic legislation to avoid the result. Specifically, it realized how this would cause increased compliance costs and uncertainty in the marketplace. Can you comment on just how the U.K. actually tried to do that?
I ask because, as you pointed out, we're into a he said-she said situation. You said your thing and the government lawyers have said another. So I'd just like to get your opinion on that.