Prince Harry sues for UK police protection

16/1/2022 12:56:00 PM

Prince Harry sues for UK police protection

https://str.sg/wQQDLONDON (AFP) - United States-based Prince Harry is appealing to British courts after the government refused to allow him police protection paid for out of his own pocket, arguing the decision means he cannot return home.Prince Harry and wife Meghan lost their British taxpayer-paid protection when they

and moved to the US.Now living in California, they have their own private security team.Legal papers showed Prince Harry arguing that the US team would not have adequate powers to protect his family in Britain.The Duke of Sussex is seeking a judicial review in London after the interior ministry declined his request to pay for police protection, Britain's PA news agency said Sunday (Jan 16).

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straits_times Poor lad doesn’t know that there is something as private security as well🤔😀 Just conflicted between being an ordinary citizen and a royal? I don’t want to be a royal but not too ordinary as well?😜

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Copy to clipboard https://str.sg/wQQD LONDON (AFP) - United States-based Prince Harry is appealing to British courts after the government refused to allow him police protection paid for out of his own pocket, arguing the decision means he cannot return home. Prince Harry and wife Meghan lost their British taxpayer-paid protection when they and moved to the US. Now living in California, they have their own private security team. Legal papers showed Prince Harry arguing that the US team would not have adequate powers to protect his family in Britain. The Duke of Sussex is seeking a judicial review in London after the interior ministry declined his request to pay for police protection, Britain's PA news agency said Sunday (Jan 16). "The UK will always be Prince Harry's home and a country he wants his wife and children to be safe in," a legal representative for the duke said in a statement to PA. "With the lack of police protection comes too great a personal risk." Last summer, Prince Harry's car was chased by paparazzi photographers as he left a charity event in London. The next day, he and elder brother William unveiled a statue of their late mother, Princess Diana. She died in Paris in 1997 after a high-speed car chase also involving photographers, and Prince Harry's relations with the British media remain fraught. The legal representative noted Prince Harry had served two tours of combat duty in Afghanistan, and said"in recent years his family has been subjected to well-documented neo-Nazi and extremist threats". A British government spokesman refused to comment on any legal proceedings but said its protective security for VIPs was"rigorous and proportionate". "It is our long-standing policy not to provide detailed information on those arrangements. To do so could compromise their integrity and affect individuals' security," the spokesman said. Prince Harry's uncle, Prince Andrew, is meanwhile facing calls to pay for his own security after in the fallout of a US civil case alleging sexual assault. More On This Topic