Can US courts subpoena Prince Andrew, forcing him to speak to the FBI about the sexual abuse cases of the late Jeffrey Epstein and his associate Ghislaine Maxwell?

A prosecutor in New York State complained this week that, despite a November promise to cooperate, Prince Andrew is refusing to answer requests for his statement.

A lawyer representing five of Epstein’s victims is asking for a court subpoena to obtain Andrew’s testimony.

I explain the legal and political situation to BBC Radio Wales’ Claire Summers.

Listen to Discussion from 11:23

If Prince Andrew is in the US and refuses a subpoena, can he be removed from the country? Could he be taken by law enforcement to give testimony? That’s where we are in unprecedented territory.