- Jan 5, 2007
- United Kingdom
I would also assume that if the Met thought that Harry was in danger when he went out on a private visit.. if he went to one of his charities or to see a freind.. he would get protection even if he wasnt with his family. If it was a one off kind of thing, I am sure they dont wnat anything bad to happen to him.
Like you Denville I truly believe Harry would receive security but he cannot be seen to demand / pay for it. It opens the floodgates for wealthy people to buy police security. By giving him ' exceptional status' the Home Office are able to say that they look at each event/ situation on a one by one basis and make a decision. Lo and behold Harry and family would receive security when they were here. The HO could say he did not receive cart blanche security, pay for it or receive preferential treatment , and Harry still gets what he wants.
It could be a win win but no.
I do not believe for one minute they would leave Harry or his family vulnerable.