The husband,the doctor and the equerry:Andrew and Giuffre game plans

The husband,the doctor and the equerry:Andrew and Giuffre game plans

New court documents show the royal’s defence team wants to interview two Australians over his accuser’s “false memories”. Her team requested other witnesses.

  • byPatrick Sawer,Victoria Ward,Steve Bird andIndia McTaggart

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A nervous wait for Princess Beatrice,daughter of Prince Andrew

A nervous wait for Princess Beatrice,daughter of Prince Andrew

The 33-year-old has emerged as a key witness,as the Duke of York alleges he was with his daughter at a Pizza Express in Woking on the night at the centre of the claims against him.

  • byVictoria Ward
Boris Johnson left dangling as Britain fumes over Downing Street parties

Boris Johnson left dangling as Britain fumes over Downing Street parties

Ask any Brit to conjure up their most vivid image of Boris Johnson and chances are it would be his stunt-gone-wrong during the London Olympics. Now,almost 10 years later,his career hangs by a far more tenuous wire.

  • byPaola Totaro
Two parties held in Downing Street as Queen and country mourned Prince Philip

Two parties held in Downing Street as Queen and country mourned Prince Philip

The gathering is the first allegation of lockdown-breaking in Downing Street in 2021 to have emerged,marking a new front in the row engulfing Boris Johnson.

  • byTony Diver andBen Riley-Smith
MI5 outs Chinese spy whose son worked in Labour MP’s office

MI5 outs Chinese spy whose son worked in Labour MP’s office

The spy agency used a bombshell memo to British MPs to identify a Chinese spy accused of conducting covert interference operations in the UK.

  • byLatika Bourke
‘Glimmer of hope’:Omicron wave appears to slow on US East Coast

‘Glimmer of hope’:Omicron wave appears to slow on US East Coast

Forecasters are expecting similar trends elsewhere in the country but the ongoing strain on some hospitals continues.

  • byFenit Nirappil andHannah Knowles
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The only way Boris Johnson can save himself may be beyond him

In coming weeks,civil servant Sue Gray will complete her inquiry into the Downing Street parties. If she blames the Prime Minister,he could resign.

  • byLatika Bourke
Only an unlikely court victory will save Prince Andrew from total shame

Only an unlikely court victory will save Prince Andrew from total shame

Prince Andrew’s somewhat bizarre claims about being unable to sweat and visiting a pizza shop on a key date will be placed under intense scrutiny.

  • byCamilla Tominey
Boris Johnson claims Downing Street lockdown party he attended was a ‘work event’

Boris Johnson claims Downing Street lockdown party he attended was a ‘work event’

The first signs of a Tory rebellion appear to be emerging,with Boris Johnson under increasing fire after admitting he attended a Downing Street party during the lockdown.

  • byLatika Bourke
Prince Andrew to face sex abuse lawsuit tied to Epstein

Prince Andrew to face sex abuse lawsuit tied to Epstein

The Duke of York has failed to convince a US judge to toss out Virginia Giuffre’s suit accusing him of sexually abusing her when she was a teenager.

Hong Kong pushes for Asian investment as tens of thousands leave

Hong Kong pushes for Asian investment as tens of thousands leave

The city’s economic prosperity lies with the mainland,says the finance minister,as Western investment and those qualifying to live abroad head for the exits.

  • byEryk Bagshaw