That's right. We would provide a risk assessment to the Prime Minister—to any prime minister, of course.
I'm at a bit of a disadvantage here, because first of all, my job is not to defend the Prime Minister; my job is to testify to you as a public servant, and of course I am restricted on what I can say in terms of operational secrecy.
As an example that is more general and not connected to the case per se, let me talk about the Philippines, where large parts of the country are basically ungoverned or not under the control of the Philippine government. That is a major issue, and the consent of the government is not necessarily the issue.
What I can tell you, though, is that all options are always on the table. All options are on the table, and I don't think there is deviation on this from from one government to another.
I'm trying to be helpful within the limits I have.