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Dossier of disgrace: why Charles Spencer wants justice for Princess Diana and her family

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Princess Diana speaks to journalist Martin Bashir in her now iconic BBC interview in 1995. (Photo credit: BBC)
Princess Diana speaks to journalist Martin Bashir in her now iconic BBC interview in 1995. (Photo credit: BBC)

It remains one of the most intriguing and talked-about interviews of all time: the most famous woman in the world pouring her heart out to a journalist who’d secured the scoop of the century. 

Princess Diana’s explosive sit-down with the BBC’s Martin Bashir left the world in no doubt her marriage to Prince Charles was over – and even prompted the queen to acknowledge it was time for her son and daughter-in-law to divorce. 

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