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1 matters which you wanted to raise and you put on the list
2 for me and use us much time as we can tomorrow to dispose
3 of as many of those as is possible, or at least hearing the
4 argument on them.
6 TERENCE STUART MALLINSON, Sworn
7 Examined by Mr. RAMPTON
9 Q. Mr. Mallinson, are your full names Terence "S" for
10 something -- please give it to us -- Mallinson?
11 A. Terence Stuart Mallinson.
13 Q. Do you live at 155 Portland Road, London W11?
14 A. Yes.
16 Q. Have you made a statement for the purpose of these
17 proceedings on behalf of the Plaintiffs?
18 A. I have.
20 Q. Are you content that that statement should stand as your
21 evidence-in-chief in this case?
22 A. I am.
24 Q. Only one further question before I sit down, Mr. Mallinson,
25 you have recently expanded one section of your original
26 report; is that right?
27 A. Yes.
29 Q. Was the purpose of that better to explain your reasoning
30 and your figures as to the number of trees used for
31 McDonald's annually in Europe?
32 A. Yes, I felt that it did not read as clearly as it might
33 and it was rewritten for that purpose.
35 MR. RAMPTON: Thank you very much.
37 Cross-examined by the Defendants
39 MR. JUSTICE BELL: The statement you were referring to,
40 Mr. Rampton, of Mr. Mallinson is the new one ---
42 MR. RAMPTON: Yes, my Lord.
44 MR. JUSTICE BELL: -- which was served on 23rd November 1994?
46 MR. RAMPTON: My Lord, that is right.
48 MR. MORRIS: I do not know if the whole of the addendum was
49 incorporated; do you remember if it was the whole of the
50 addendum from your original statement, did that all find
51 its way into the new statement?
52 A. I would hope so, yes, unless there is any point you
53 think noted, I think so.
55 Q. I was not sure.
57 MR. JUSTICE BELL: What I suggest is if at any stage you think
58 something was not, you ask Mr. Mallinson about that in case
59 there was any omission. Yes?