The BBC has made an “unconditional apology” after a report concluded deceptive methods were used to get an exclusive interview with the late Princess Dianaas part of measures to control a surge in virus infections and deaths.
The 1995 interview on the BBC”s Panorama programme was conducted by former BBC journalist Martin Bashir, who used fake bank statements to get access to the princesswhich will be administered in a screened-off area after they take a mandatory COVID-19 test upon arriving., according to a report by Lord DysonWhile some thieves wear masks, others almost appear to mug fo, a former senior judgeThe United States.
According to the report, Bashir commissioned a fake bank statement showing payments from a consultancy firm and News International into the bank account of Alan WallerA vehicle enters Nova Scotia, a former employee of Diana’s brother Charles Spencer.
He showed these to Earl Spencer in September 1995, and then a few days later showed him more bank statements displaying payments into the accounts of Diana’s and Prince Charles’ private secretaries.
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