A SHY man who lives in one of America’s most crime-ridden cities is threatening to sue the Home Office because he says he can’t return to the UK unless he can hire our royal gun cops.
A PUBLICITY-shy regular guy who decided to leave the Royal Family is taking legal action against the Home Office after he was denied permission to “hire” royal gun cops.
The man, 37, claims security fears are stopping him coming to the country of his birth. Despite living in crime-ridden Los Angeles, he reckons Britain is so dangerous he has applied for a judicial review against a Home Office decision refusing him permission to pay for police protection here.
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