Jeffrey Epstein

The Duke of York is the patron of 20 groups that work with children and young people.
Officers did not look in on him every 30 minutes as required, it is claimed, and allegedly doctored records to suggest they had.
Everything you need to know about the disgraced millionaire US financier and friend of Prince Andrew and Donald Trump.
The Duke of York's week has gone from bad to worse – and it's only Tuesday.
Prince Andrew has come in for widespread condemnation for his answering of questions during a BBC Newsnight interview with Emily Maitlis over his involvement with Jeffrey Epstein.
The royal's sit-down with Emily Maitlis over his links to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein didn't exactly go down well.
Andrew looked like a man trying to escape a situation, only for the guards’ searchlights to pick him out with ease, HuffPost UK's editor-in-chief Jimmy Leach writes.
From a trip to Pizza Express in Woking, to claiming he had been medically unable to sweat after an "overdose of adrenaline", here are five claims made by the Duke of York during a sensational BBC interview.
Duke of York also said that he “let the side down” over his relationship with the paedophile in interview with BBC Newsnight.