The Diana Files
New reports suggest crash inquiry may have surprising revelations
By Francis Elliott, Sophie Goodchild and John Lichfield
Published: 05 February 2006
Lord Stevens, the man in charge of the inquiry into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, is infuriatingly discreet about his investigation.
So it came as a considerable surprise when, in a television interview last week, he hinted strongly that it was reaching a sensational conclusion.
He said the case was "far more complex" than originally had been thought and that Mohamed al-Fayed had been "right" to raise the issues he had in relation to the deaths of Diana and his son Dodi.