In a recent interview with the BBC, the 59-year-old royal categorically denied allegations that he had sexual contact with an underage American girl, who claims that she was forced to have sexual intercourse with the Duke of York, and said that he didn't remember "meeting this lady".
Britain's Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said today that nobody was above the law and anyone who had done something wrong should be open to investigation, when asked about whether Prince Andrew should make a statement to United States authorities.
On the least one alleged Epstein sex slave, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, has acknowledged she changed into once trafficked to Andrew on three events.
In his great-mocked interview with the BBC over the weekend, Andrew damaged-down the weird pronounce that he can't sweat to defend himself in opposition to Roberts Giuffre's allegations.
On Thursday, U.S. attorneys demanded for the prince to help in the investigation against Epstein and said are prepared to subpoena Andrew if he does not comply.
But moments after the announcement, Queen Elizabeth was back to business as usual - she was all smiles in a light pink ensemble with a diamond brooch as she arrived at the Royal institute of International Affairs in London to present an award to Sir David Attenborough and Julian Hector, head of the BBC Natural History Unit, for their work on the Blue Planet II series. Concerns are growing that the controversy could severely tarnish the monarchy.
Prince Andrew changed into once forced to cancel an upcoming time out to the Middle East this week due to of the growing scandal over his ties to Jeffrey Epstein, experiences in the United Kingdom acknowledged Thursday.
Charities and British educational institutions that had fundraising ties to Andrew - the royal website lists dozens - had quickly begun to question if he could actually hurt their brands.
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British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Thursday nobody was above the law and anyone who had done something wrong should be open to investigation, when asked about whether Andrew should make a statement.
"I continue to unequivocally regret my ill-judged association with Jeffrey Epstein", the prince said in his statement, while also for the first time offering to cooperate with law enforcement.
BT's decision followed Standard Chartered Bank, KPMG and other firms announcing reviews of their sponsorship of a mentoring programme for young entrepreneurs founded by Andrew.
His older brother, Prince Charles, is heir to the throne, but Andrew is eighth in line, after Charles' sons and grandchildren. "We are just getting started".
The graphic below, provided by Statista, illustrates the unpopularity of Prince Andrew.
The source said: "Newsnight gave him the chance to show some remorse".
However, Buckingham Palace has confirmed he will continue to work on Pitch@Palace on a private basis, without financial help from the palace.