Do you think the people running the research project would be worried to think that you hadn’t read all the way through the leaflet?
No, because I know what it is. At the end of the day when I get there they have someone there to talk you through it, you have to sign something, you have to sign to say you know all about it, you have to sign, go on the screen and it won’t let you progress until you’ve said that you’ve signed it, you accept it and you sign it. So no, I don’t think they - I mean, they give you that information to get you there, and half the people are going to get there just because they know a bit about it like me and don’t mind or are happy to. And, presumably, the paperwork is to convince another proportion. And some proportion are going to throw it away whatever it says.
Do you think, when you talked about it not being on the front page, would there be any benefit in having like a sort of a one-page summary as well as more detailed information?
Yes, you see I just think anything that comes through the post, if it isn’t on the first page it ain’t going to get read. So to enclose a leaflet, which I think it did, is great, so yes, I think - I mean how you achieve this is very difficult.