The UK's Prince Andrew wants to face civil charges of sexual assault in front of a jury, his lawyers have said. The prince has been stripped of all military patronages and faces the court as a private person.
The press discusses the pressure being placed on French Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer as teachers go on strike over confusing Covid-19 rules. We also discuss the outrage of the British papers towards PM Boris Johnson's Partygate mea culpa. We then discover how marijuana could help combat Covid-19 infections. Finally, the papers tell us of a blind date that went viral when a couple in China had to struggle through a sudden lockdown together.
A judge in the United States rejected an attempt by British Prince Andrew to dismiss a sexual abuse lawsuit filed against him.
24 Nov 2019
The UK's Prince Andrew rarely discusses his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Speaking out, he said he cannot remember meeting the woman who claims she was forced to have sex with him as a teenager.
22 Nov 2019
'I'm sorry, mummy': Prince Andrew quits royal life over Epstein ties
26 Aug 2019
Prince Andrew has issued another statement seeking to distance himself from Jeffrey Epstein. The two were close associates for nearly a decade as Epstein allegedly molested and manipulated young girls.