Ephraim Hardcastle: Prince Andrew is frustrated that he cannot pursue his business interests in the US, where the FBI is still keen to interview him
Prince Andrew’s bewilderment at not receiving his share of his mother’s £370m fortune is compounded by his frustration at not being able to pursue his remaining business interests in the US.
He hasn’t crossed the pond since May 2017 when he was in Los Angeles to visit longtime friend Michael Milken.
Milken, an American billionaire, encouraged Andrew to promote his project Pitch @ Palace and is now encouraging Andrew to get back into show business.
Alas, if Epstein-tainted Andrew packs his dolls for the transatlantic flight, the FBI, still eager to meet him, may be waiting for him on the tarmac.
Reportedly, Prince Andrew was baffled by not receiving his share of his mother’s £370m fortune
BBC World News presenter Laura Trevelyan, whose family donated £100,000 to Grenada and apologized for its role in slavery, asks in the Radio Times how far King Charles is willing to go in acknowledging the royal family’s role in punishing the slave trade.
Her Majesty would be very courteous in kindly inquiring how far Laura would be willing to go in taking up the role of her great-grandfather four times Sir Charles Trevelyan in the Irish Famine.
Trevelyan, responsible for famine relief when a million known people starved, declared: “God’s judgment sent disaster to teach the Irish a lesson.”
If King Charles wrote his children’s story “The Old Man of Lochnagar” today, would he find a publisher?
A 1980 tale about a Balmoral hermit living in a cave featuring an old man (ageism), a race of little people in Scotland (hurtful to the disabled), farting (bad taste), a toilet playing bagpipes when flushed (ethnic overtones), and the use is inappropriate Naturalism to Animals (Cruelty) and a woman in tartan angrily pushes the station conductor with a parachute over her canceled train (Garnatable Violence).
Will it attract the attention of Dahl’s sensitive readers?
Former chancellor George Osborne describes himself as a ‘star fan’ of Logan Roy, the famous alter ego of actor Brian Cox (pictured)
Appearing alongside Succession actor Brian Cox, on The Andrew Neil Show on Channel 4, former chancellor George Osborne describes himself as a ‘star fan’ of Scotland’s iconic Logan Roy, asking bluntly: ‘I don’t know if they’d allow it. On Channel 4 we even hear the most famous Logan Roy [‘f*** off!’] Logo? Cox replies, “George, you have to pay me an awful lot of money to swear… I’m getting paid for it now.”
actually. Brian currently charges £572 per video to swear to fans in Logan style.
After leaving Gary Lineker out of Match of the Day without making sure he has a replacement ready, BBC Director General Tim Davie emerges with a new title. Like Vladimir Putin, who thought he could easily rid Ukraine of Volodymyr Zelensky, Tim is now known as “Vlad”.
Walked out of the Oscars, Charles Moore and his wife, Caroline, wouldn’t be pleased to discover howl in the movie when Jenny vomited before choking to death on a finger.
“Donkeys,” remarked his lordship, “like horses and cows, cannot vomit.”
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