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Jeremy Corbyn Wants More Answers Regarding Prince Andrew Allegations

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Jeremy Corbyn Wants More Answers Regarding Prince Andrew Allegations

Jeremy Corbyn Wants More Answers Regarding Prince Andrew Allegations

Britain’s opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn spoke out about Prince Andrew.

He said they need questions answered over allegations against Prince Andrew.

According to Reuters, Prince Andrews was accused of having sex with a teenage girl.

Corbyn was asked if Prince Andrew was fit for purpose and he said that “nobody should be above the law.” Boris Johnson said: “All our sympathies should be with the victims of Jeffrey Epstein, and the law must certainly take its course.”

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