The BBC has delayed the broadcast of a Panorama investigation into Martin Bashir’s 1995 interview with Princess Diana.
It comes shortly after Lord Dyson’s investigation concluded into how Bashir landed his interview, with a BBC spokesman saying the report would be published “very soon”.
The programme was expected to air on BBC One on Monday (17 May) but has been postponed due to a “significant duty of care issue”, according to the broadcaster.
Bashir, who was the BBC News religion editor, left the corporation earlier this week on health grounds.
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