Prince Andrew is facing calls for his business dealings and private finances to be scrutinised by the Parliament’s powerful finance watchdog.
Former MPs say revelations that the Prince is entitled to a 2 per cent share for three years of any investment deal struck by his Pitch@Palace business venture, coupled with the row over his one-time friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, has raised serious questions about his finances.
The calls came as yet another institution dropped the Duke of York as one of its sponsors in the wake of his disastrous Newsnight interview.
The fee-paying Whitgift School in Croydon has written to all parents saying it is looking for alternative patrons…
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