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Tell Prince Andrew to call FBI says message on U.S-style bus near palace

Reuters Friday, 21 February 2020
A yellow, U.S.-style school bus displaying Prince Andrew's face and asking him to call the FBI drove past Buckingham Palace on Friday, in a move designed to press him to help authorities investigating U.S. sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
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News video: US school bus urging Prince Andrew to talk to FBI seen driving around London

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An American style school bus was seen driving around London with a message urging Prince Andrew to talk to the FBI regarding his relationship with Jeffery Epstein.

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