Prince Andrew billboards saying ‘no one should be above the law’ appear in Edinburgh

A BILLBOARD picturing Prince Andrew next to the words “no one should be above the law” has emerged in Edinburgh.

The Duke of York, 61, is a step closer to being hauled before a US judge in a sexual assault case after the High Court agreed to serve papers on him.

Billboards featuring Prince Andrew' have emerged in Edinburgh
Billboards featuring Prince Andrew’ have emerged in EdinburghCredit: Michael Schofield
Campaigners say 'no one should be above the law'
Campaigners say ‘no one should be above the law’Credit: Michael Schofield

He previously refused attempts to be served the lawsuit by accuser Virginia Giuffre Roberts‘ legal team but now “cannot refuse” the official documents.

As pressure mounts on the royal over the case, anti-monarchy campaigners Republic have funded a series of billboards calling for him to face court.

And Andrew could be compelled to give testimony.

The billboards have appeared across the UK, including near Kensington Palace.

In an appeal for support over the ad campaign, Republican bosses said: “The monarchy is wrong in principle, wrong in practice and it’s bad for British politics.

“That’s the message we want the country to hear [as] we launch a major new billboard advertising campaign.”

More + Video…

Leave a Reply