It follows Diana’s brother, Charles Spencer, presenting the BBC with a “dossier” of evidence that cast new light on the tactics deployed by Bashir after he was originally cleared of wrongdoing by the broadcaster in 1996. Lord Dyson will determine if Bashir forged documents in an effort to secure access. Bashir is famed for his explosive Panorama interview with Princess Diana in 1995, during which she admitted to an adulterous affair. How he obtained that interview is now the subject of an independent inquiry by former supreme court judge Lord Dyson, who is due to deliver his findings in the near future.
Source Bashir became seriously unwell with complications related to coronavirus last October, the BBC said at the time. He joined the BBC to report on religious affairs in 2016, marking a return to the UK after a spell in America where he hosted ABC’s Nightline show, before joining MSNBC as an anchor.
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