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British palace officials were tight lipped over word that prince Andrew's given zero cooperation in the Jeffrey Epstein investigation CBS news Vicki Barker has the story from London in the BBC interview that effectively ended his days as a working royal prince Andrew was asked if he'd cooperate with US law enforcement agencies investigating his former friend the late convicted peta final Jeffrey Epstein if push came to shove and the league's legal advice was to do so then I would be duty bound to do so well push did come to shove it appears the legal advice Andrew got was not to