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09:31 UK time, Tuesday, 19 February 2008

fayed.gif"I make no allegations" - Mohamed Al Fayed introduces his testimony at the Diana inquest.

Anyone would think he'd been waiting for this moment for years. Oh yes, he has, and Mr Al Fayed took full advantage despite his introduction. He accused the Duke of Edinburgh of being a racist and Nazi who had conspired with Prince Charles in the murder of Princess Diana. Tony Blair was also alleged to be a conspirator. Mr Al Fayed went on to suggest that former Scotland Yard chief Lord Stevens was corruptly influenced. The businessman also suggested the UK was not a democracy, instead being in the control of the Duke of Edinburgh and the Lord Chamberlain. No allegations in that little speech then.
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