Pompeo entertains suggestion of swapping Anne Sacoolas for Prince Andrew; UK says "no haggling"

The U.K. government has said there will be "no haggling" over the extradition of Anne Sacoolas, the American diplomat's wife who fled Britain after accidentally killing a motorcyclist there.

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had earlier responded ambiguously to a question whether a "deal was to be done" involving Prince Andrew, who has failed to cooperate with a U.S. investigation into his alleged rape of a 17 year-old-girl.

The secretary of state replied: "Yeah, I can answer that. I am confident each of these cases will be resolved on their relative merits."

Mr Raab added: "There is no barter, it's a rules-based approach. That's what the treaty does … There is no haggle and no-one's raised Prince Andrew. Frankly, no-one has ever raised that with me."

Mr Pompeo countered: "Yes, now they have."

Now they have.