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From Richard III to Henry VIII, Robert Shrimsley imagines how some historical out-of-court settlements might have looked
Former Paris model agency boss was being investigated for rape and procurement of girls
Elizabeth II’s endurance may have infantilised her family. Her retirement would prod them to take responsibility.
‘Imagine how much it would have cost him if he’d actually met her’
Lawyers for UK royal say he will make donation to victims charity run by Virginia Giuffre
British royal denies claims by victim of Jeffery Epstein that he abused her as a minor
Buckingham Palace says duke to drop military affiliations and use of ‘his royal highness’
British royal had argued he was shielded from the case by a previous settlement
Lawyers for Virginia Giuffre filed case after seeking to suspend statute of limitations
Despite adulation, a sense is growing that death of Queen’s consort should accelerate monarchy’s modernisation
Prince Andrew; smoking; vaccines; and much more.
Let the social beauty parade for a support buddy begin . . .
Nigel Cawthorne’s biography of the Duke of York raises deep questions about the British monarchy
Charity Commission intervened over £350,000 of payments to Duke of York’s private secretary
US attorney says royal’s lawyers have been contacted for an interview
Lawyer for five women alleging abuse reveals subpoenas have been prepared, BBC reports
The Mega Files: Trump to meet Queen
KPMG, Standard Chartered and others cutting their ties have had a few ‘issues’ of their own
Latest cancellation of links comes despite withdrawal from public duties
Humiliating move reflects damage caused by his links to Jeffrey Epstein
Move comes as Standard Chartered joins groups ending links to entrepreneur initiative
Companies including KPMG and Aon look to protect their reputations
BBC interview over friendship with late paedophile Jeffrey Epstein backfires
British royal dismisses allegations linked to controversial friendship with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein
Prince Andrew’s Pitch@Palace becomes unlikely tech sector success