Prince William returns to duties after reprimanding the BBC

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  • Sky News published this video item, entitled “Prince William returns to duties after reprimanding the BBC” – below is their description.

    Prince William has returned to duties after attacking the BBC bosses ‘who looked the other way rather than asking the tough questions’ over Martin Bashir’s interview with Princess Diana.

    One of the executives who investigated the original Panorama interview has stepped down from a senior role with the media regulator Ofcom.

    Sky’s royal correspondent Rhiannon Mills reports.

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