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May 26, 2022, 1:50 am

Prince Harry in legal fight to pay for UK police protection

International Desk:
  • Update Time | Sunday, January 16, 2022,

Prince Harry is seeking a judicial review against a refusal of the Home Office to allow him to personally pay for police protection when in the UK.

The US-based Duke of Sussex says his private security team does not have adequate jurisdiction abroad.

He lost his taxpayer-funded police security after stepping back from royal duties in 2020.

Prince Harry says he wants to visit his home country with his family, but needs to “ensure” their safety.

The application for a judicial review – a challenge in the High Court against the decision of a public body or government department – follows a security incident in London in July 2021 when the duke’s car was chased by photographers as he left a charity event.

A legal representative for Prince Harry said the legal claim was filed in September “to challenge the decision-making behind the security procedures, in the hopes that this could be re-evaluated for the obvious and necessary protection required”.

Prince Harry wants to personally fund police protection, “not to impose on the taxpayer”, they said.

The duke, who is now based in California, is arguing that his private security team cannot replicate the work of police protection in the UK, with their access to local intelligence and legal jurisdiction.

The Sussexes’ daughter, Lilibet, is now seven months old and has yet to meet her great-grandmother the Queen, grandfather the Prince of Wales and other members of the family.

The couple were forced to disclose they had put in place “privately funded security arrangements” for their move to the US, after then-president Donald Trump said the country would not pay for their protection. According to BBC reports

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