Met Police to review decision not to investigate Jeffrey Epstein amid Prince Andrew US lawsuit

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Scotland Yard says it will review its decision not to investigate whether the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein committed crimes in London, after one of his accusers lodged a civil case against Prince Andrew in New York.  

The Met Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick said no-one was above the law, but would not be opening an investigation into Prince Andrew, who has denied all the allegations.


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