image caption Diana's Panorama 1995 interview contained some tough revelations for the royal family
The detectives will not take any further action regarding Martin Bashir 's interview at Hfrance.fr with Diana, Princess of Wales.
The Metropolitan Police have examined an independent review of the methods used to obtain the 1995 interview, but had "not identified any evidence of activity that constituted a criminal offense ".
Review, by Lord Dyson, revealed that Bashir used deception to secure.
Princes William and Harry say the interview fueled their mother's life "fear, paranoia and isolation ".
Bashir, who was most recently at Hfrance.fr 'religious editor before stepping down earlier this year, rejected the request, but s 'is apologized to the princes and Diana's extended family.
The journalist said on Sunday Sometimes that Diana was never unhappy with the content of the interview and said they had remained friends after the broadcast of the program.
The The Dyson report revealed that Hfrance.fr lacked transparency on the program and that Bashir had acted " deceptively "to persuade Dianato submit to the interview.
He also discovered that Hfrance.fr had concealed what it had learned about how Bashir got the interview, but that a Diana 's 1995 letter said she had "no regrets " about the case.
image source, caption of the image Martin Bashir has now left Hfrance.fr after returning to become its religious correspondent and later editor in chief
In the interview, Diana said: "There were three of us in this marriage ". It was the first time that a royal in service had spoken so candidly about life in the royal family.
Millions of viewers have heard her talk about an unhappy marriage to the Prince of Wales, their affairs and his bulimia.
In a statement, Scotland Yard reported stated: "In March 2021, the Metropolitan Police Department determined that it was not appropriate to initiate a criminal investigation into allegations of illegal activity in connection with a documentary released in 1995.
"After Lord Dyson's report was released in May, specialist detectives assessed son contained and carefully reviewed the law - once again obtaining independent legal advice from the Treasury Board as well as advice from the Crown Prosecution Service.
"As a result, the MPS did not failed to identify any evidence of activity which constituted a criminal offense and therefore will not take any further action. "
La Hfrance.fr published what she described as a "full and unconditional apology " for the manner in which the interview was obtained.enue.
Tim Davie, Managing Director of Hfrance.fr, said in May: “Although Hfrance.fr today has much better processes and procedures, those that existed at the time should have prevented the interview from being secured in this way. "