Prince Harry has been told to pay for his own security amid a row over police protection.
The Duke of Sussex is taking action against the Home Office over the February 2020 decision of the Executive Committee for the Protection of Royalty and Public Figures (Ravec) to strip him of the “same degree” of personal protective security when visiting the UK.
The Duke was cleared to bring the challenge in July 2022 and the claim will be heard over two-and-a-half days starting from Tuesday.
GB News’s West Midlands Reporter Jack Carson took to the streets of Birmingham to speak to Britons about the legal battle to gauge the mood on the matter.
Britons spoke to Jack Carson about Harry's security
One local said: “He’s not a member of the Royal Family as such.
“He has plenty of sufficient funds to pay for his own private security.”