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KPMG has not revamped its sponsorship of the Duke of York’s entrepreneurship initiative, Pitch @Palace.
The accountancy firm is thought to have built government decisions at the end of October.
The controversy over the prince’s ties to the imprisoned sex wrongdoer Jeffrey Epstein is understood to have been one reason behind the decision.
The revelation follows Prince Andrew’s appearance on BBC Newsnight in what critics called a “car-crash” interview.
In the interview, the Queen’s third brat said he still did not regret his friendship with US financier Epstein – who took his own life in August while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking accusations in the US.