Husband 'kills himself' just hours after BBC claimed wife's shop sold wedding dresses that fall to pieces
It goes on to explain:
"A husband was found dead just hours after the BBC screened an investigation into his family-run business... James Edwards, 57, was discovered in his fume-filled car on a deserted mountainside the day after the TV consumer programme was shown... The couple's business La Belle Bridal Wear was featured on a BBC consumer programme the night before he was found dead... The BBC called at the Edwards' home to demand answers about a series of complaints from customers."
Further down the article, the Mail explains Trading Standards are also investigating the company. It also permitted this quote from the BBC in the penultimate paragraph of the article:
"The X-Ray programme featured a legitimate investigation into Carolyn Edwards' wedding dress business... The programme was not connected in any way to her husband..."
Most importantly, the final paragraph states:
"An inquest has been opened and adjourned pending the results of a police inquiry into Mr Edwards' death."
But despite neither the police enquiry or the official inquest having happened the Mail is clear about who it wants people to blame.