Paul Henderson Biography

Paul  Henderson

Paul Henderson worked on nine UK national newspapers as an investigative journalist, royal correspondent, news editor and editor. He covered foreign tours by Prince Charles and Princess Diana in the Middle East, Australia, Japan, the United States, Canada, and Europe. As Daily Mail Chief Investigative Reporter he tracked down and exclusively interviewed in Tripoli, Libya the men accused of the Lockerbie bombing which killed 270 people; entered Albania as the only news journalist sending despatches on the uprising against Enver Hoxha’s repressive Stalinist regime; investigated Rose and Fred West mass murders. While Mail on Sunday Investigations Editor he revealed how Princess Diana taped conversations with Prince Charles’ valet who claimed to have been gay raped by another servant; and worked undercover in China to investigate snakeheads responsible for the asphyxiated deaths of 58 Chinese people trapped in a Dover docks container in 2000. Paul was a Miami-based foreign correspondent from 2006 - 2009 filing commissioned news features from the States, the Caribbean, central and south America. He was the editor of the Sunday Mirror and People for the UK’s Covid-19 outbreak exposing government failures, especially the lack of protective clothing for medical staff and the huge loss of life in care homes for the elderly.