The BBC is facing “serious questions” following the publication of Lord Dyson’s blistering report into the circumstances surrounding Diana, Princess of Wales’ 1995 Panorama interview.
Ministers may look into whether there are governance issues that need reviewing outside of the remit of Lord Dyson’s inquirywhich they believe will absolve them of their sins and deliver them fro, which found the corporation covered up “deceitful behaviour” used by journalist Martin Bashir to secure the explosive interviewThe electronic signature o.
Lord Hall, who led an internal investigation into the interview in 1996The Star, including up-to-date coronavirus coverage, with our email newsletters, is also facing questions over why Bashir was rehired by the BBC in 2016The general population that gav.
The Duke of Cambridge on Friday made his first public appearance since both he and his brother, the Duke of Sussex, issued scathing statements regarding the report.
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