UK's Prince Andrew stripped of royal and military links

This comes as he faces a sex abuse lawsuit in the US.

14/1/2022 5:03:00 AM

UK's Prince Andrew stripped of royal and military links

This comes as he faces a sex abuse lawsuit in the US.

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Prince Andrew gives up military titles, patronages | New Straits TimesNSTworld British media quoted an unnamed royal source as saying he would no longer use the 'His Royal Highness' (HRH) title, which designates senior members of the royal family, in any capacity. PrinceAndrew QueenElizabeth Royal

Prince Andrew must face sex abuse accuser's lawsuit | New Straits TimesNSTworld PrinceAndrew failed to persuade a U.S. judge to dismiss VirginiaGiuffre's lawsuit accusing the Duke of York of sexually abusing her when she was underage, and being trafficked by the late financier JeffreyEpstein.

Prince Andrew must face sex abuse accuser's lawsuit - US judgeVirginia Giuffre accused him of doing so when she was a teenager. Horny royalty !

What next for Prince Andrew? US sex assault lawsuit explained | Malay MailNEW YORK, Jan 13 — Britain’s Prince Andrew is stuck between a rock and a hard place: He either settles out of court with his sexual assault accuser or endures a grilling by lawyers under oath, experts say. After New York judge Lewis Kaplan ruled Wednesday that Virginia Giuffre’s civil lawsuit...

UK PM fights for political survival after lockdown party shame | New Straits TimesNSTworld British PrimeMinister BorisJohnson was fighting for his political future on Thursday, as his Conservatives descended into open internal warfare after he was forced to apologise for attending a boozy lockdownparty.

UK acted unlawfully with ‘VIP’ Covid contract lane, court rules | Malay MailLONDON, Jan 12 — The British government acted unlawfully by setting up a fast-track “VIP lane” to allow ministers and officials to recommend suppliers of personal protective equipment during the coronavirus pandemic, a London court ruled today. Opposition politicians have accused the...