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Prince Andrew's Newsnight interview branded 'disastrous' and 'excruciating'
"Disastrous" and "excruciating" are just some of the words being used to describe an unprecedented interview given by Prince Andrew to address his friendship with American sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Prince Andrew on the photograph, meeting the sex offender and the four-day house stay
The Duke of York has spoken about his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Prince Andrew had the chance to say his relationship with Epstein was a mistake - but he didn't
Inside the very heart of the British monarchy, in a room at Buckingham Palace, Prince Andrew for nearly 50 minutes answered the most intimate questions about his private life.
Hong Kong: Protesters catapult petrol bombs at police in stand-off at university
Protesters in Hong Kong have fired arrows and used catapults to hurl petrol bombs at police who deployed tear gas and water cannon.
'Welcome bro': England's reception in Kosovo very different to recent games marred by racist abuse
England players and fans were offered a warm welcome in Pristina and other cities for their Euro 2020 qualifier against Kosovo.
Boris Johnson: Jennifer Arcuri claims PM cast her aside 'like a one night stand'
Jennifer Arcuri, the US businesswoman embroiled in controversy over the extent of her relationship with Boris Johnson, has said that the prime minister treated her like a "gremlin" when she asked for help on handling the media.
Emmanuel Macron says 'non' to replica of UK's Dry January campaign
French President Emmanuel Macron is opposed to promoting a Dry January equivalent in France, according to the president of the champagne makers' union.
General election: Tories won't set 'arbitrary' immigration target as Jeremy Corbyn backs 'great deal of movement'
The Conservatives have pledged to cut immigration "overall", with the "vast majority" of migrants to be required to have a job offer to come to the UK - regardless of where they are from.
Al Murray appeals for people to sign stem cell register after nephew is struck by rare blood disorder
Comedian Al Murray has appealed for people to sign the blood stem cell register after his nephew was struck by leukaemia.
British IS suspect Mamun Rashid charged with terrorism offence
A 26-year-old man who was arrested in the UK after arriving from Turkey this week has been charged with a terrorism offence.