03 March 2007

Di's death goes to jury

It won't mean nuffink to you rabelaisian republican rabble out there in your pimped up turbo tumbrils, but to us devoted monarchists, Dodi's dad Mohamed Fayed winning an "extraordinary and unprecedented legal battle" yesterday to have the inquests into the deaths of Diana and Dodi heard before a jury is absolutely unprecedented.

This one has legs. The tabloids must be wetting their Victoria's Secret By Royal Appointment knickers.

"Prince Philip and the Prince of Wales face the prospect of being personally cross-examined by Mohamed Fayed after the Harrods owner won claimed the couple were murdered by secret agents on the orders of Prince Philip to prevent the princess marrying a Muslim."

I don't believe the language of Shakespeare is up to it; I must cross over the pond for my reaction.


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