‘One of Britain’s biggest charities, backed by Prince Harry and Angelina Jolie, has suspended its chief executive following an investigation by The Telegraph into its finances.
Guy Willoughby, who co-founded the Halo Trust, was ordered to step down as chief executive by trustees at a charity board meeting this week.
The decision to suspend Mr Willoughby was prompted by disclosures in The Telegraph that the landmine charity had used hundreds of thousands of pounds of donors’ money to pay the boarding school fees of Mr Willoughby’s children.’
‘Royal author John Morgan believes a squad of Special Forces soldiers disguised as press photographers had trailed her. And they were first to the stricken car after the smash in a Paris road tunnel to make sure she did not survive. But Morgan, who has written nine books about Diana, says they made one major mistake during their mission. They rode “heavy duty” bikes rather than the light scooters favoured by the Paris paparazzi at the time.’
‘An SAS sniper, lying on a bridge, points his long-range rifle towards a dual-carriageway and peers into his telescopic sight, as if poised to open fire. It makes for a startling image – all the more so since the picture was taken not in a conflict zone or even a training camp but in a public area in the Welsh countryside.
What makes it more arresting is that the photograph was found on a computer belonging to the Special Forces marksman known as Soldier N, who is said to have told his wife that members of the SAS ‘arranged’ the death of Princess Diana.
The Mail on Sunday can reveal that it has now been passed to the Metropolitan Police, whose specialist crime and operations command is investigating the sensational, if improbable, assassination theory.’
‘A key UK security industry source who served in the military told the Sunday Express that GCHQ remotely switched on recorder modes right up to the moment the couple took their fatal Paris car trip.
If made public, the phone recordings could help throw light on sensational claims by former SAS serviceman Soldier N that Diana was murdered by an SAS assassination squad.
The bugging claim came as a separate Sunday Express investigation revealed that film footage of Diana’s last hours was “kept secret”. An exhaustive inquiry in the French capital has confirmed the existence of CCTV records of the night Diana died in August 1997.’
‘An SAS soldier claimed Princess Diana was killed after a member of the elite unit shone a light in her driver’s face causing him to crash, it has been claimed.
The man, known only as Soldier N, is said to have made the astonishing allegations to his wife after taking Prince William on an advanced driving course in 2008.
Scotland Yard reportedly decided to review the historic case 16 years after Diana’s death in a Paris underpass, after interviewing the woman who insists her former husband was telling the truth.’
‘And continue to keep your mouth shut, boy!’
‘Yes ma’am, anything you say Maa’m’
‘The Prime Minister and General Sir Peter Wall were sent copies of a letter claiming members of the elite regiment killed the princess.
They and Defence Secretary Philip Hammond, who also received the letter, now face being questioned by Scotland Yard over why they did not act and remained silent.’
‘The House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha descended in the male line from the Wettin family, German Prince-Electors of Saxony. The earliest traceable member of the House of Wettin was Thiedericus who died in 982, who was probably based in the Liesgau.
Its earliest known ancestors pushed the frontier of Germany eastward into formerly Slav territory. They acquired their name from their castle on the bank of the Saale river.
The Windsor name now used by Queen Elizabeth II and other British royals only dates back to 1917.
At the height of World War I, when German xenophobia had reached boiling point, Edward VII’s son, King George V (1910- 1936) changed the family name to the more English sounding House of Windsor.’
‘One of the biggest public relations hoaxes ever perpetrated by the British Crown, is that King Edward VIII, who abdicated the throne in 1938, due to his support for the Nazis, was a “black sheep,” an aberration in an otherwise unblemished Windsor line. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The British monarchy, and the City of London’s leading Crown bankers, enthusiastically backed Hitler and the Nazis, bankrolled the Führer’s election, and did everything possible to build the Nazi war machine, for Britain’s planned geopolitical war between Germany and Russia.
Support for Nazi-style genocide has always been at the heart of House of Windsor policy, and long after the abdication of Edward VIII, the Merry Windsors maintained their direct Nazi links.’