Cressida Dick on Prince Andrew allegations: ‘No one is above the law’

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Speaking on LBC radio, when asked about sexual assault allegations against the Duke of York in a US civil case brought by Virginia Giuffre, the Metropolitan police commissioner said she would not ‘talk about individuals’. Dick said she had asked officers to review the decision not to formally investigate allegations that Jeffrey Epstein had committed sexual crimes in the UK

Prince Andrew allegations: Met chief says ‘no one is above the law’

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