Daily Mail apologises to Mohamed Al Fayed

The Daily Mail has apologised to Harrods owner Mohamed Al Fayed for an allegation which was made in a court case.

The paper says that on 20 March the Mail published an agency report of a court case involving an action for the return of jewellery deposited in a Harrods safe deposit box. An allegation was referred to in the case that Al Fayed let his wife select some of the jewellery referred to for her own use.

The Mail has now pointed out that this allegation was not part of the claim and apologised saying there was no suggestion  the Al Fayeds acted wrongfully.

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