Prince Harry’s effort to pay for British police protection fails in court


A London judge has ruled against prince Harry in his efforts to pay for police protection when he visits Britain. The ruling rejects the Duke of Sussex's assertion that the British government exceeded its authority. When it denied his request to hire police, the government had stopped providing security after Harry and his wife, Meghan, quit their royal duties and moved to California in 2020. Harry says he doesn't feel safe visiting with his young children and has cited aggressive paparazzi, the lawsuit is the only one of the 5 active legal cases he has in London courts that is not against British tabloid publishers over allegations of libel or phone hacking. Charles De Ledesma, London

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