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Prince Harry can sue the government over security

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London Prince Harry can file a lawsuit against the British government to question its rulings regarding Harry’s safety while he is in the United Kingdom. This is what the London judge, Jonathan Swift, set, and decided that the case could be brought at a hearing at the High Court in London. Harry and his wife Meghan lost the protection of Britain’s publicly funded police when they gave up royal duties and moved to the US in 2020. The prince would like to personally pay the police for his safety upon his arrival in Britain. It challenges the government’s refusal to accept this hypothesis. No date has been set for a hearing in the case. Harry and former actress Meghan Markle married at Windsor Castle in 2019, but left the royal house the following year due to what they described as intolerable racist intrusions and attitudes by the British media. Harry’s lawyers have reported that the prince is reluctant to bring his children, 3-year-old Archie and 1-year-old Lilibert, to the UK, just for safety. Harry, also known as the Duke of Sussex, wants to be able to pay for and protect his family, pointing out that his US private security team does not have enough outside jurisdiction or access to British intelligence. His lawyers also argue that the February 2020 decision of the Executive Committee for the Protection of Kings and Public Figures, which removed his ‘true security’, is unreasonable. The UK government says the commission’s decision is reasonable and that it cannot be specifically paid to protect the police.

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