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Martin Bashir interviews Princess Diana in Kensington Palace for the television program Panorama in 1995.
Martin Bashir interviews Princess Diana in Kensington Palace for the television program Panorama in 1995.
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The plot thickens in Charles Spencer's case against the BBC.

In case you missed it, the younger brother of Princess Diana recently came forward accusing journalist Martin Bashir of faking documents to make him believe members of his staff were leaking information about the princess to the press. This, of course, was many years ago – and he alleges the documents, which were fake bank statements, resulted in him organising Diana's infamous 1995 Panorama interview with the journalist as a result.

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