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The upcoming publication of a report into how ex-BBC journalist Martin Bashir secured his 1995 Panorama interview with Princess Diana is the focus of the Daily Telegraph’s front page. The paper says it understands the report by Lord Dyson, a former Master of the Rolls, will say BBC rules were breached to get the interview, in findings one source says could be the corporation’s “phone hacking moment” – a nod to the controversy involving the News of the World newspaper.