The span of your question, I think, goes in part to some of the issues that will be covered in the report.
From a political point of view, because the matters contained in the report were never raised, is my advice, with government, with ministers at the political level.
That is my understanding of it. It has certainly been the case, save for what has been initiated in my time as both a cabinet minister and indeed as prime minister.
But I would say this: anyone we ask to put on a uniform, we are always asking a tremendous amount of them.
And particularly those who serve in the most dangerous of situations, and that of course goes to our special operations. And whether that is those that are based over there as part of the SAS or the two commandos, not far from my electorate, we ask an extraordinary amount of them and we always do.
That is why I stand in awe of those who choose to put on a uniform, they do that knowing they will be asked to put themselves in very difficult situations, and that is why their service is so extraordinary.