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Prince Harry (37) threatens legal steps against the British Government: With the discussion about police protection for him and his family, the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II ensures 95) For a lot of indignation. The Duke of Sussex apparently wants to apply for a judicial review for a decision of the Ministry of Interior. Prince Harry considers it to be too dangerous to visit Great Britain without protecting Scotland Yard. However, the "Daily Mail" quotes an insider : "Scotland Yard can not be easily rented."

Prinz Harry fühlt sich nicht gut genug geschützt. © imago / i images Prince Harry does not feel well protected well enough.

That a member of the royal family is considering, legally against the British government, calls for incomprehension. As "The Mail On Sunday" reported, lawyers of Prince Harry have written a letter to the Ministry of the Interior. It says it is supposed to call a court when Harry's family does not receive police protection during their stay in the United Kingdom, for whom the Sussexes himself want to pay the costs.

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police officers do not sit "inactive"

Even if the taxpayer would not have to pay for the police protection of Harry, experts explain according to "Daily Mail" that his demand is problematic. The Police Department Scotland Yard does not have a pool of specially trained civil servants who do idle: "You can not simply apply for the services of Scotland Yard."

Prince Harry and his wife Herzogin Meghan (40) resigned two years ago by her royal duties. Together with the two children Archie (2) and Lilibet (seven months) they live in the USA. The family will automatically protect the report by the Royal Security people when visiting the Queen or living in their home in Windsor, which is located on the private estate of the queen. If Harry and Meghan in the United Kingdom pursue professional activities or charity tasks, the security seems more complicated.

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return excluded?

The Buckingham Palace suggested the leaf that the discussion was about police protection "a matter of the Ministry of the Interior and the Sussexes" and that you never expressed security issues. Meanwhile, a representative of Prince Harry expressed that the Royal seeks a judicial review to clarify whether it is lawful that he does not get a self-paid police protection. Without such a protection, Prince Harry and his family could not return to his homeland, it says.

The journalist Kate Mansey published on Twitter the statement : "Prince Harry has inherited a security risk with his birth and for a lifetime," it says. He continues to stand in sixth place in the succession, "was twice in combat use in Afghanistan and in recent years his family was well exposed to well-proven threats of neonazis and extremists". His role within the monarchy have changed, but he was further exposed to a member of the royal family and threats, so the explanation. The private security team of the Sussexes can not provide protection required in the United Kingdom. Without protection through police officers, the family could therefore not return to appointments or events in Harry's homeland.

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