Royal says in BBC interview that in hindsight staying with sex offender was wrong Prince Andrew has said he regrets staying with the convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein but believed it was the “honourable” thing to do at the time. Related: Prince Andrew on friendship with Jeffrey Epstein: I let royals
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Marie Yovanovitch, the third witness in public impeachment hearings, testified while president tweeted against her Follow the latest impeachment hearing updates live An American ambassador recalled by Donald Trump from Ukraine has told impeachment investigators she felt “shocked and devastated” by Trump’s personal attacks on her, and that she was
Document to reiterate radical 2017 commitment to ‘sector-wide collective bargaining’ Labour’s manifesto will reaffirm plans for the most dramatic shift in conditions for employees in Britain since the 1980s – including changing the way wages are set for 20 million workers. The “clause V” document, which will be agreed by
Witnesses describe flames ‘crawling up cladding’ of six-storey building on Bradshawgate Fire crews are putting out the “last pockets of fire” at a student accommodation building blaze in Bolton. Images posted on social media showed firefighters tackling flames coming out of the windows on the top floors and “crawling up
Italian TV show to reveal alleged abuse at Vatican’s youth seminary in 1980s and 90s Three more former altar boys have claimed they were sexually abused by two priests in the Vatican, as the child abuse scandal that has rocked the Catholic church zeroed in for a second time on
Britain’s Prince Andrew said in comments broadcast on Friday that he had no recollection of ever meeting an American woman who alleges she was forced to have sex with him when she was underage.
Britain holds an election on Dec. 12, a political gamble by Prime Minister Boris Johnson who sees it as his best chance to break the deadlock in parliament over Brexit.
Former pop-star Victoria Beckham knew she’d have to win over hard-to-impress fashion critics when she launched her first clothing line a decade ago, but the one-time Spice Girl said the industry was much harder to crack than she had ever imagined.
Britain’s opposition Labour Party plans to nationalise BT’s broadband network to provide free internet for all if it wins power, making a radical election pledge to roll back 35 years of private ownership that caught both the company and its shareholders by surprise.
Britain’s opposition Labour Party says if it wins the Dec. 12 election it will nationalise BT’s broadband network and provide free internet for all within a decade, a radical election pledge to roll back decades of private ownership.
The Duke of York says at the time he felt it was “honourable” to stay at the convicted sex offender’s home.
The party will decide whether to include party conference policies, including on free movement.