Diana Interview: Martin Bashir says ‘I never wanted to harm Diana’

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    Martin Bashir responds for the first time to allegations that he deceived Princess of Wales saying ‘I never wanted to harm Diana.’

    A report from Lord Dyson revealed Martin Bashir used fake documents to procure the interview with Princess Diana in 1995. The report also shows that BBC officials were made aware of the fake documents which led to a cover-up.

    Princess Diana’s brother, Earl Spencer, has asked Scotland Yard to look further into Mr. Bashirs tactics.

    Sky’s royal correspondent Rhiannon Mills reports.

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