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Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com He can be reached at: [email protected]

Britain’s election campaign was overshadowed by a cloud of Prince Andrew alleged sex scandal on Monday as Queen Elizabeth’s second son faced a backlash after an inconsistent denial of accusations he had sex with a minor girl.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his main rival, Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, were planning to present their widely disparate strategy to the world’s fifth largest economy before the Dec. 12 elections.

“I will not be lured to comment on matters relating to the royal family” – Boris Johnson

Instead, their speeches were overshadowed by explanations on the relationship between Prince Andrew and the late American financier Jeffrey Epstein and his denial of having sex with one of Epstein’s indictees, Virginia Geoffrey, when she was 17.

At an event organized by Britain’s main business lobby, the CBI, Johnson was asked twice about Prince Andrew, including whether he had the same “nation suspicion” about Andrew’s account of his behavior and his advice to the queen.

Johnson was asked twice about Prince Andrew, including whether he had the same “nation suspicion” about Andrew’s account of his behavior and his advice to the queen

“I will not be lured to comment on matters relating to the royal family”, Johnson said, after pledging to end uncertainty about Brexit by January 31.

Prince Andrew’s comments to the BBC made headlines and derided the British media, who said his explanations were unsatisfactory. Lawyers for Epstein’s victims said the prince showed little sympathy for the victims.

Pathologist Michael Baden has once again expressed doubts about his suicide. Baden disagreed with the presentation of New York Forensic Medicine, Epstein hanged himself in his prison cell with a bed sheet

Just two months after the death of US wealth adviser and sex offender Jeffery Epstein, The pathologist Michael Baden has once again expressed doubts about his suicide. Baden disagreed with the presentation of the New York Forensic Medicine, Epstein hanged himself in his prison cell with a bed sheet.

Read more about Jeffery Epstein: https://wnobserver.com/?s=Jeffery+Epstein

Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com He can be reached at: [email protected]

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