Diana report: an accident waiting to happen
Read Mick Hume's Notebook in The Times (London).
Friday 15 December:
‘Why has Lord Stevens of Kirkwhelpington wasted three years and £3.69 million investigating crackpot conspiracy theories about the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Dodi Fayed almost a decade ago?’
Tuesday 12 December:
It has been ‘revealed’ that the late Sir Richard Doll, the research pioneer who helped to establish the link between smoking and lung cancer, ‘failed to disclose’ fees that he received from chemical companies. Some suggest that these payments undermine Doll’s work on environmental causes of cancer. But if money always corrupts science, then most research would be worthless.
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