BREAKING: EXPOSED: Prince Andrew’s deals with tax haven tycoons

NOVEMBER 30, 2019

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Scandal-hit Prince Andrew is plunged deeper into crisis today by a devastating exposé of his business activities by The Mail on Sunday.

We can reveal how the Duke of York repeatedly exploited his taxpayer-funded role as Britain’s trade envoy to work behind the scenes for his close friend, the controversial multi-millionaire financier David Rowland.

The article goes on to state the following:

Bombshell emails reveal that while on official trade missions meant to promote UK business, Andrew was quietly plugging a private Luxembourg-based bank for the super-rich, owned by Rowland and his family.

The Daily Mail, in an exclusive report, lays out details of controversy surrounding Prince Andrew, his dealings with wealthy tycoons and a tax-free off-shore fund, along with his connections to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, who died in jail this summer.

The Daily Mail states that Prince Andrew’s problems are about to get worse.  They write: “He will face further pressure tomorrow when an interview with Virginia Roberts, one of Epstein’s victims, airs on BBC1’s Panorama. Ms Roberts, who now uses her married surname Giuffre, claims she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew when she was 17 – although he has always strenuously denied her claims.”

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