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The fallout from the report into the BBC’s 1995 Martin Bashir interview with Princess Diana continues to lead several front pages. According to the Daily Telegraph, ministers are considering plans for a new BBC board made up of former journalists to oversee editorial output and complaints about its coverage. It comes as the corporation is under pressure to explain why Bashir was rehired in 2016 as a correspondent “despite the huge shadow that hung over him”, the paper adds.