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The alleged sex slave claims that Andrew could not take his eyes off her during dinner before they danced together at the nightclub. A spokesperson for Andrew denied Ms Roberts' claims saying: "It is emphatically denied that the Duke of York had any form of sexual contact or relationship with Virginia Roberts. Buckingham Palace said the Duke of York would help authorities in any investigations into the disgraced millionaire.
Andrew said: "It is apparent to me since the suicide of Mr Epstein that there has been an immense amount of media speculation about so much in his life. Therefore I am eager to clarify the facts to avoid further speculation. Sexting can happen on any electronic device that allows sharing of media and messages including smartphones, tablets, laptops or mobiles.
In the UK the age of consent for sexual intercourse is However, it is an offence to make, distribute, possess or show any indecent images of anyone aged under 18, even if the content was created with the consent of that young person.
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The law is contained in section 1 Protection of Children Act The police have said that sexting by children will primarily be considered as a safeguarding issue. The police must, by law, record all sexting incidents on their crime system but as of Januarythey can decide not to take further action against the young person if it is not in the public interest.
This will be at the discretion of the police.
The government has also produced Departmental Advice on Searching, Screening and Confiscation which states that schools have the power to search pupils for devices, search data on devices and delete any indecent images. For more information, see our page on School powers to search and screen pupils.
The UK Council for Child Internet Safety has also issued advice for schools on developing procedures for responding to sexting incidents. If you find out that your child has been sexting, you can contact the Internet Watch Foundationwho can search for explicit images or videos of your child and remove them.