The Express newspaper, which doesn't have a website, has a source close to Operation Paget, the police inquiry into Diana PoW's death. I diligently transcribed their last story only to find that Al Fayed's website had done the same. Monday saw a new story, the gist being that Henri Paul was getting substantial payments from bank accounts in the UK in the months leading up to his and the others' death.
"Money was drafted over to Paul from accounts in England, " a source close to the inquiry said last night.
"As far as the investigation is concerned, this is a crucial breakthrough.
"Many thousands of pounds arrived from Britain in the weeks leading up to the tragedy. It arrived via a banker's draft and was converted into French francs from sterling." Paul died alongside Diana and Dodi when the Mercedes he was driving crashed in a Paris underpass in August 1997.
Investigators - who had previously thought that the cash came from France - will now delve deeper into Paul's murky financial affairs to find out who authorised the payments and why.
Of course, if Henri Paul was found to have been a paid MI6 informant, it wouldn't follow that the princess was assassinated by MI6. But it would substantiate part of Richard Tomlinson's affidavit, adding credibility to the rest of his account.