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Prince Andrew served with legal papers at gates of Royal Lodge in Windsor

Prince Andrew has been served at his home in Britain with the legal paperwork for a lawsuit filed against him by a woman who accuses him of having sex with her when she was underage.

The Duke of York was served with the civil suit filed by Virginia Giuffre on August 27, according to a document filed in a New York court.

The document says the suit was left with a police officer on duty at the gates of the Royal Lodge in Windsor.

Scientists warn against mass return to offices amid fears of winter crisis

Posted: 10:17PM,Yesterday

There is a sense among many that the Covid pandemic is virtually over.

It's noticeable as you walk around the streets, or into shops, where there are fewer masks; you can see it in the people gathering together inside pubs, hugging as they meet; or those crowding together on busier trains.

But among the scientists working in this field, including dozens advising ministers, the mood is totally different - not relaxed, but anxious, even scared.

The key worry among several scientists I've spoken to is simple: it is the rate of Covid.

Nicola Sturgeon stands by Scottish Greens despite party's 'extremist' views on Israel

The SNP conference has become like a stadium rock concert in recent years.

Huge crowds queuing up to get in, placards with messages of support for the performers on stage, and an eager anticipation for the headline act: Nicola Sturgeon’s big speech.

This year’s conference is less glamorous. It’s being hosted online.

It’s also just days after the SNP already announced their plans for the next 12 months in the Programme for Government, and we already know what Ms Sturgeon is likely to focus on.

On Friday, we had the chance to sit down with Scotland’s first minister to dig into the detail of her plans for Scotland and Indyref2, as well as other developments in Scottish politics.

New Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable says turning force around is his biggest challenge yet

The new Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police has said turning the force around is the biggest challenge he has ever faced.

His comments come after a report found a 'large cultural shift' will be needed to make improvements to the struggling force.

Stephen Watson previously served as Chief Constable in South Yorkshire and is credited with having turned the force around in the aftermath of the Hillsborough inquests.

Good Morning News plan this week: Commencing week- 13/9/21

Monday- Location:Good Morning News Studio | Presenter: Hugh Murphy

Tuesday-Location:Good Morning News Studio | Presenter: Hugh Murphy

Wednesday-Location: Good Morning News Studio | Presenter: Hugh Murphy

Thursday- Location: Virtual GMN Programme | Presenter: Nihar Vaidya or Alex Chrystmou

Friday- Location: Shannon,Ireland | Presenter: Hugh Murphy & Audrey Pickering

Climate Change Our Crisis

On Friday at 11am-11:30am we will be broadcasting a programme all about the climate crisis and how it is affecting us all.