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PRINCE Philip is to be quizzed over the death of Princess Diana by Britain's top cop, The People can reveal.

He will be interviewed by Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir John Stevens, who has vowed to leave no "stone unturned" during his inquiry into the 1997 Paris road smash.

The move follows claims by Mohamed Al Fayed - dismissed as absurd by Buckingham Palace - that he was involved in a conspiracy to kill the Princess and his son Dodi.

A source revealed: "Sir John has said every line of inquiry, however absurd it may seem, will be investigated.

"He's determined to prove whether Diana's death was accidental or not. Given she predicted her death in a car crash, such claims have to be looked at.

"Prince Philip, who will be interviewed in the summer, is happy to put his trust in the due process of law because he sees the claims as preposterous."

This year, Al Fayed branded the crash "a horrendous murder".

Prince Charles will also be quizzed in the New Year over Diana's amazing claim to her butler Paul Burrell that she feared Charles was plotting her death so he could marry Camilla Parker Bowles.
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Publication:The People (London, England)
Date:Dec 26, 2004
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