Following Lord Dyson's report
The BBC Board is to carry out a review of the effectiveness of the broadcaster's "editorial policies and governance".
It follows a damning report, which found retired journalist, Martin Bashir, used deceitful methods to secure his interview with Princess Diana, in 1995.
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In a statement, the board says it accepts the Dyson report's findings "in full".
It also says sorry to "all those affected by the failings identified".