Prince Harry risks creating 'wild west' with shocking new claim
The Duke of Sussex's current campaign - arguing he should be assigned police
protection in Britain - is at risk of splitting into a second lawsuit.
If the second lawsuit is successful, it could set the precedent that would allow a flood of new claims by the rich and famous.
After abandoning their royal duties in 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
were stripped of their tax-payer funded police bodyguards due to a decision
made by the Home Office's Royal and VIP Executive Committee (RAVEC).
Speaking to Newsweek, Amber Melville-Brown, of international law firm Withers, said:
"If Harry were successful in a judicial review which sought to fight his own private,
security corner, it might leave the door ajar for others—the devil will be in the detail of the claim and the court's ultimate ruling."