Intruders were spotted near his residency at Windsor Royal Lodge in the second such conflict in a matter of days after that Prince Andrew, the Duke of York is awaited to call for a review of his security. Last Sunday, April 25 a man and a woman were arrested after being found trespassing on the grounds.
A woman in a taxi talked her way onto the property after telling security guards she was a friend of Prince Andrew then that occurrence comes as police were already facing sober questions. for all senior members of the royal family full review into breaches and security Dai Davies, the former head of Scotland Yard’s royal security unit. He said: “There should be a review by someone at my level – and I would be looking for answers,”
” I am concerned there seems to be a drop-off in the level of security.
“These things do need investigating properly and where people have let the side down, they should be dealt with. What would the Queen say? She would say get it right and put it right.” A spokesman for Thames Valley Police said: “Thames Valley Police was called to reports of two trespassers in the grounds of the Royal Lodge at Windsor Great Park on Sunday afternoon.
“Two people, a 29-year-old woman, and a 31-year-old man, both from London, were arrested on suspicion of being found in or upon enclosed premises and have been released under investigation while inquiries continue.
There was no risk to any individual on the site.” In 2019 he stepped back from frontline duties following the scandal over his friendship with convicted pedophile financier, Jeffery Epstein Prince Andrew’s security is currently under review. However, before stepping back, Duke had been conducted by a full-time entirety of armed officers, at a reported cost in the region of £300,000 a year.
At the end by the Home Secretary, and Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister’s final arrangement on his security will eventually be made by Priti Patel. He continued: “I am not in favor of private security firms, doing it. It should be a 24/7 professional [force].
To have unarmed security guards [protecting the estate] seems to my mind nonsensical.” by the growing pandemic environment she is demanded to continue to spend the majority of her time at Windsor, where Prince Philip is buried and which she views as more of a home corresponded to “the office” of Buckingham Palace. Saying that they were matters for the police Buckingham Palace and Prince Andrew’s office both rejected to discuss the breaches.