Christian Horner, the Red Bull F1 team principal, is facing an investigation into allegations of 'inappropriate behaviour' by a female colleague.
Why it matters
The investigation into Christian Horner's alleged 'inappropriate behaviour' is significant due to his prominent role in Formula 1 and the potential impact on Red Bull Racing.
What the papers say
The Independent reports that Horner strongly denies the allegations, while The Guardian highlights the potential damage to Red Bull Racing's reputation. The Times provides insight into the impact on the team's success, and South China Morning Post discusses the public response and support for Horner.
How we got here
The investigation into Christian Horner's alleged 'inappropriate behaviour' was announced by Red Bull's parent company after a complaint was made by a female staff member.
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