Prince Andrew: Charles Rae speaks to GB News about Duke’s jury demands

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’It’s a very high risk strategy, but he’s in between a rock and a hard place’

Royal expert Charles Rae speaks exclusively to GB News about Prince Andrew’s demands for a jury trial.

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