Paying a painfully high cost – The Times

Posted April 15th, 2008 in inquests, royal family, special report by sally

” The inquest of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Dodi Fayed was conducted with impeccable good sense and good humour by the coroner, Lord Justice Scott Baker. It arrived at the obviously correct result: that the deaths were caused by the grossly negligent driving of the drunken Henri Paul, and the conduct of the chasing pack of journalists. But the law needs amendment to ensure that there is never again such an unnecessary and expensive intrusion into privacy and dignity.”

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The Times, 15th April 2008