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US News Does the Duke STILL not get it? Royal Family step in AGAIN and force Prince Andrew to cancel junket to Bahrain he was about to jet off on a day after 'stepping back' from public duties

02:55  22 november  2019
02:55  22 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Duke of York 'lacking in compassion' for Epstein's victims

  Duke of York 'lacking in compassion' for Epstein's victims The Duke of York is "utterly lacking in compassion" for the victims of billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Those are the words from a lawyer acting for five of those victims a day after Prince Andrew spoke publicly for the first time about allegations surrounding his friendship with the disgraced American.The Duke of York was interviewed on the BBC's Newsnight about his links to the convicted paedophile, who died in prison earlier this year, and allegations that he had sex with a 17-year-old girl.

Does the Duke STILL not get it ? Prince Andrew arrives at Buckingham Palace and gets out of his Bentley around noon today before heading to a Pitch@Palace Defiant Prince Andrew carries on: Royal will fly to Bahrain for Pitch@Palace event despite being sacked from public duties by The

Does the Duke STILL not get it ? Royal Family step in AGAIN and force Prince Andrew to cancel junket to Bahrain he was about to jet off on after ' stepping back '. Pregnant Millie Mackintosh covers her blossoming baby bump in a checked one-piece and cradles her stomach as she relaxes by the

  Does the Duke STILL not get it? Royal Family step in AGAIN and force Prince Andrew to cancel junket to Bahrain he was about to jet off on a day after 'stepping back' from public duties Prince Andrew was last night forced to pull out of a work junket to Bahrain this weekend after being persuaded by his family that it was 'not a good idea' following this week's dramatic events.

Video: Prince Andrew steps back from Royal duties (Time)

He had planned to fly to the Middle East to attend an event connected with his Pitch@Palace initiative – less than 72 hours after being forced to retire from royal duties over the Jeffrey Epstein scandal.

Prince Andrew Could Be ‘Canceled’ Under King Charles

  Prince Andrew Could Be ‘Canceled’ Under King Charles Prince Andrew has always been his mother’s favorite child, and the defiant messaging from Buckingham Palace on Monday—as the dust settled on Andrew’s disastrous BBC interview, and an allegation was made that he had used the n-word in a meeting with a Foreign Office official—was that he retained the full confidence of the monarch. A senior royal source told the Evening Standard: “His Royal Highness has the backing of the Queen and his close family, they believe in him totally and think he has shown strength for telling the truth and admitting errors he has made. There is no question of him being ordered to reduce his duties. He wants to get on with his job. He has told the truth, in detail.

Duke of York facing huge backlash since it aired over Jeffrey Epstein friendship. Royal source says that Thirsk was told 'in no uncertain terms' she'd Does the Duke STILL not get it ? Royal Family step in AGAIN and force Prince Andrew to cancel junket to Bahrain he was about to jet off on

Prince Andrew announced on Wednesday that he was cancelling all public engagements. "I have asked Her Majesty (the Queen) if I may step back from public duties Prince Andrew said his links with the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein had become a "major disruption" to the Royal Family .

a man wearing a suit and tie: Prince Andrew arrives at Buckingham Palace and gets out of his Bentley around noon today before heading to a Pitch@Palace meeting in Dubai after the Queen sacked him from royal duties © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prince Andrew arrives at Buckingham Palace and gets out of his Bentley around noon today before heading to a Pitch@Palace meeting in Dubai after the Queen sacked him from royal duties But hours after the Daily Mail contacted Buckingham Palace to say it was about to reveal details of Andrew's foreign jaunt, sources said he had decided to cancel it. 

a man wearing a suit and tie sitting in a car: Prince Andrew (pictured leaving Buckingham Palace today) was told to cancel his trip to Bahrain amid the controversy over his friendship with Epstein © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prince Andrew (pictured leaving Buckingham Palace today) was told to cancel his trip to Bahrain amid the controversy over his friendship with Epstein

'He was persuaded by his family that it was not a good idea in light of this week's events,' they said. Despite the setback, he seemed upbeat yesterday. Dressed in a suit and tie, he gave a wave and a smile as he drove away from his family home in Windsor Great Park.

Prince Andrew Could Be ‘Canceled’ Under King Charles

  Prince Andrew Could Be ‘Canceled’ Under King Charles Prince Andrew has always been his mother’s favorite child, and the defiant messaging from Buckingham Palace on Monday—as the dust settled on Andrew’s disastrous BBC interview, and an allegation was made that he had used the n-word in a meeting with a Foreign Office official—was that he retained the full confidence of the monarch. A senior royal source told the Evening Standard: “His Royal Highness has the backing of the Queen and his close family, they believe in him totally and think he has shown strength for telling the truth and admitting errors he has made. There is no question of him being ordered to reduce his duties. He wants to get on with his job. He has told the truth, in detail.

Does the Duke STILL not get it ? Royal Family step in AGAIN and force Prince Andrew to cancel junket to Bahrain he was about to jet off on after ' stepping back '. The Apprentice EXCLUSIVE: Fired Ryan-Mark Parsons, 19, reveals he was planning to QUIT before the final boardroom.

Royals force Andrew to CANCEL trip: Prince was about to fly It is why those close to the Duke wonder how he will come to terms with his startling demotion to royal -without-portfolio. But after giving up her police protection, she cut down on official duties , concentrating on a core of interests.

Sarah Ferguson driving a car: Pictured: Sarah Ferguson arrives at Buckingham Palace, central London, today after coming out in support of Prince Andrew in light of the backlash over his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Pictured: Sarah Ferguson arrives at Buckingham Palace, central London, today after coming out in support of Prince Andrew in light of the backlash over his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein Later his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson was also all smiles as she was seen arriving at Buckingham Palace. Furore over Andrew's former friendship with paedophile Epstein continued yesterday as:

■The duke walked away from some of his most beloved charities and organisations as he began the humiliating process of withdrawing from public life;

■The Outward Bound Trust said he had stepped down as patron while the University of Huddersfield said he had resigned as Chancellor;

■Lawyers for Epstein's victims said they planned to subpoena Andrew, raising the prospect he could be questioned under oath about what he knows.

a passenger seat of a car window: The Queen leaves Buckingham Palace this afternoon after carrying out investitures and heads to Windsor amid the furious backlash about her son's friendship with Epstein © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Queen leaves Buckingham Palace this afternoon after carrying out investitures and heads to Windsor amid the furious backlash about her son's friendship with Epstein The prince announced on Wednesday evening his intention to 'step back from public duties for the foreseeable future' after he was widely criticised for his comments during a BBC Newsnight interview.

Duke of York scandal ‘biggest royal crisis since death of Diana’

  Duke of York scandal ‘biggest royal crisis since death of Diana’ PR and crisis consultant expert Mark Borkowski said the crisis engulfing Andrew is more controversial than anything on The Crown.Andrew has said in a statement that he will step back from public duties for the “foreseeable future”.

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McDonald´s did not respond to the lawsuit´s specific allegations, but it said in a statement that, "McDonald´s takes seriously its responsibility to provide and foster Royal Family step in AGAIN and force Prince Andrew to cancel junket to Bahrain he was about to jet off on after ' stepping back '.

He was accused of showing a lack of empathy for Epstein's victims and no remorse over his friendship with the financier. But yesterday's cancelled plans to go to Bahrain proved, however, that he still clearly plans to continue working on private initiatives.

a close up of a newspaper: Last Friday, Sarah came out in support of Andrew with a statement posted on social media in which she praised his 'sense of honour and truth' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Last Friday, Sarah came out in support of Andrew with a statement posted on social media in which she praised his 'sense of honour and truth'

A source close to Andrew put a positive spin on this week's dramatic events, saying: 'Despite everything the duke is getting a lot of support. The entrepreneurs he helps have been tremendously sweet and kind. This really feels like a witch-hunt. He'd been hounded about this since 2011 non stop. So he's very positive about it actually. He can concentrate on clearing his name.'

a man driving a car: The Duke leaves the Royal Lodge family home at Windsor Great Park in Berkshire this morning after he stepped down from royal duties yesterday © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Duke leaves the Royal Lodge family home at Windsor Great Park in Berkshire this morning after he stepped down from royal duties yesterday Losing his patronage of the Outward Bound Trust will be a major blow to the duke, who only took over the role earlier this year, succeeding his father, the Duke of Edinburgh. 

What the papers say – November 21

  What the papers say – November 21 The front pages are led by the Duke of York stepping down from public life amid the fallout over his relationship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.The Times  headline says Andrew “stands down after crisis talks with Queen”, the Daily Mail casts the duke as an “Outcast”, and the Daily Mirror leads with the headline “I’m sorry mummy”.

The Duke of York also said he was “willing to help any appropriate law enforcement agency with “Therefore, I have asked Her Majesty if I may step back from public duties for the foreseeable Virginia Giuffre has claimed that Epstein flew her to London on his private jet around 2001, when she

The only people who get better off in a Marxist society are the leaders who all get very rich.’ He also accused Labour of wanting ‘a classless society where everyone is Royal Family step in AGAIN and force Prince Andrew to cancel junket to Bahrain he was about to jet off on after ' stepping back '.

Gallery: Inside Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein's controversial 20-year friendship (Business Insider)

Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Jeffrey Epstein are posing for a picture:           New charges against      accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein brought his relationship      with Britain's Prince Andrew under renewed scrutiny.                    Allegations from women      who say they had sexual contact with the Duke of York      when they were underage in addition to his documented      relationship with the disgraced financier have led to mounting      suspicions Andrew was involved in the abuse reported among      Epstein's associates.                 Visit Business      Insider's homepage for more stories.          Prince Andrew's relationship with accused sex trafficker Jeffrey    Epstein came under renewed scrutiny in June 2019 as investigators    pursued new trafficking and conspiracy charges against the    disgraced financier.           The Daily Mail surfaced footage of the Duke of    York at Epstein's Manhattan home reportedly filmed in    December 2010, after Epstein had faced jail time for    underage prostitution charges and registered as a sex    offender.      The footage is the latest in the nearly 20 years of    documented contact between Andrew and Epstein, a time     identified to have overlapped with Epstein's alleged    recruiting and eventual abuse of underage girls by him and    his associates.       The Duke's name was in Epstein's

The charity helps disadvantaged children through outdoor activities. The University of Huddersfield had earlier stood by the duke but announced he was stepping down last night following an outcry by students.

Jeffrey Epstein wearing glasses and looking at the camera: Epstein (pictured) killed himself while facing trafficking charges © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Epstein (pictured) killed himself while facing trafficking charges

The Association of Leading Visitor Attractions also announced yesterday that the duke was no longer its president. Andrew is patron of around 200 charities and groups and more resignations are now likely to follow.

It has been made clear that Andrew is very keen to keep his Pitch@Palace initiative, a Dragon’s Den-style scheme which helps find funding and provides mentoring for tech start-ups and entrepreneurs which he founded in 2014. 

Prince Andrew, Duke of York et al. posing for the camera: Andrew appears to hold Jeffrey Epstein's victim Virginia Roberts, then 17, by the waist as the sex offender’s lover Ghislaine Maxwell looks on in 2001 in London © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Andrew appears to hold Jeffrey Epstein's victim Virginia Roberts, then 17, by the waist as the sex offender’s lover Ghislaine Maxwell looks on in 2001 in London The project is said to have created 6,000 jobs over give years and was, one courtier said, one of the ‘few’ real success stories of Andrew’s roller-coaster royal career.

Pictured: Andrew and Queen out horse riding as charities' reviews continue

  Pictured: Andrew and Queen out horse riding as charities' reviews continue The Queen and Prince Andrew have been out horse riding in the grounds of Windsor Castle estate - as organisations continue to consider their relationship with the duke. It is the second time he has been spotted out and about since his decision to step back from royal duties, following the widely criticised TV interview over his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.The duke was photographed leaving his house the Royal Lodge, in Windsor, Berkshire, on Thursday.

LONDON (AP) — Britain’s Prince Andrew is stepping back from public duties with the queen’s The prince said he had sought and received his mother’s permission to step back from royal Like most senior members of the royal family , Andrew was patron for charities and other civic endeavors

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He was fighting ‘tooth and nail’ to keep it – hence his defiance in initially planning to travel to Bahrain this weekend.

a screenshot of a cell phone: Andrew made the bombshell statement about stepping back yesterday after mounting pressure after his interview about his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Andrew made the bombshell statement about stepping back yesterday after mounting pressure after his interview about his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein Royal officials confirmed yesterday that he would continue working on it but made clear that he would do so without the support of Buckingham Palace. 

While Andrew’s decision to step back from public life means he will no longer be able to pick up the bill for expensive travel from taxpayers, he is still likely to pocket as much as £250,000 a year, the sum he is rumoured to receive privately from the Queen to run his office.

a group of people sitting around a living room: The Duke of York speaks to BBC Newsnight's Emily Maitlis in an interview shown on Saturday which led to a furious backlash about the prince's friendship with Epstein © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Duke of York speaks to BBC Newsnight's Emily Maitlis in an interview shown on Saturday which led to a furious backlash about the prince's friendship with Epstein Unlike the Sovereign Grant, which is government money, Andrew’s annual upkeep is paid from the Privy Purse, which is provided by the Duchy of Lancaster – land and assets owned by the Queen.

■More than half the public believe the prince did not tell the truth about his relationship with Epstein during his interview, a poll found. Just six per cent of the 1,600 adults surveyed thought he was being honest, according to the YouGov survey for The Times. Another 43 per cent said they did not know.

  


'Lock them all up and throw away the key': Virginia Roberts says Ghislaine Maxwell must be arrested and Prince Andrew belongs in jail as she accuses authorities of a cover up .
In a number of posts on her Twitter account today Virginia Roberts agreed with other social media users that Prince Andrew should be in jail and his friend Ghislaine Maxwell arrested.Virginia Roberts has said Ghislaine Maxwell should be arrested and that Prince Andrew belongs in jail - as she accuses the authorities of a cover up.

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