This is a bit more of the transcript -
“I cannot say I know a lot about Brad’s use of it in or out of competition,” said Sutton, who was also a former technical director for British Cycling.
"I am told by the doctor he needs a TUE for this event etcetera etcetera. Outside of the event, you have to sit down and ask them.
"I call for the doctor and Brad to come forward and answer these questions, they are not for me.
"I am calling for him and the doctor to come forward and tell the truth.
"He is a sufferer, I have seen him suffer and gasping for breath after effort, I saw what he was going though, I cannot answer how often he used it. Only the doctor and him can tell us.
“They need to explain it all to everybody and everyone knows the word cheat needs to be taken out of the equation. The report says he did not cheat, so come forward and tell everyone what you administered, when, and let us put it to bed.”
Sutton, who gave evidence to the committee last year, was also asked about a treatment administered to Wiggins on the team bus after winning the 2011 Criterium du Dauphine. Freeman and Wiggins say the cyclist was treated some hours later at a training camp - a point Freeman reiterated to Sky Sports following Sutton’s interview.
However, Sutton said: “I understand he was treated on the bus, I thought it was public knowledge. This goes back to 12 months ago, when I was interviewed, that is the statement I made, that is what the doctor told me.”
Sutton did, though, question the evidence of an anonymous “well-placed” source who told the committee that Team Sky used triamcinolone to prepare Wiggins and a smaller group of riders for the 2012 Tour.
“I totally refute that,” Sutton said. "What you have to remember is that Brad and I worked in isolation, when the source says this happened. I would like to know when. I have no recollection of training with that group, when they were all together.
“I know what training camps I was on and for me that is a total lie from someone that has very much an axe to grind with Team Sky.”