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Problems have seen the doors of the Royals as Prince Andrew is facing a 24-hour cut of his armed guards of the British police in a new blow to the second son of the Queen.

English (Evening Standard) newspaper stated that the Ministry of the Interior had identified a number of steps, including reducing the escort of the Duke of York, Prince Andrew after the compulsory “retirement” of public life.

It is noteworthy that the Jeffrey Epstein scandal involved many politicians, including Prince Andrew, who revealed sexual scandals related to them.

Scotland Yard completed its review to secure the Prince and “a number of conclusions and recommendations have been reached”.

“Jeffrey Epstein scandal involved many politicians, including Prince Andrew, who revealed sexual scandals related to them”

It is noteworthy that the final decision will be in the hands of Interior Minister Priti Patel and the Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the end.

This comes as the Queen Elizabeth and the family members continue to struggle with the effects of Prince Harry and his wife Megan Markle’s decision to step down from their “royal duties” last November.

The newspaper quoted an unnamed source as saying, “The review of this matter of police protection for His Royal Highness, the Duke of York, Prince Andrew comes after he announced his stepping down from royal duties in November 2019”.

Read also: Two Australian universities refused to be associated with Prince Andrew

Newspaper added: “Anyone who is involved in securing property protection cannot write a check without a balance for anyone who does not have a public role in the near future. Protection around the clock is very expensive. The police are obliged to review their position to confirm that it is a legal position in this matter”.

Read also: US billionaire Jeffrey Epstein commits suicide

Robert Frank
Robert Frank
Robert started his career as a freelance content writer. Now, He is the founder of widely-recognized PR Agency. Robert still writes news pieces on various publications.

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