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UK’s royal family’s security on a all time high after UK’s fighter jets bomb Syria.

Unprecedented security measures have been taken to protect the queen and other member of the UK royal family as UK has decided to actively participate in Europe’s effort to destroy ISIS.  Of the entire clan, Prince Harry is said to be the most vunerable as served in the Afganisthan war. As per intelligence reports  UK’s capital London will be the next target of Islamic state and the all the prominent locations and personalities have been provided unprecedented security cover .

The Duke and Duchess Of Cambridge are slated to visit India this spring but it is still not confirmed whether the visit will remain intact or will cancel. In a statement issued by Dai Davies, a former head of royal protection, said: “They are unlikely to increase the number of PPOs (personal protection officers) because there is only a small pool of them, but the sort of things they will be looking at are the arrangements around royal visits, and especially the arrangements when they are travelling from A to B, which is when 90 per cent of attacks happen.

“They will be reviewing every visit to decide if it’s necessary and safe, they will be working with the intelligence agencies to go over any information about threats, and they will be looking at where they are staying overnight.

“PPOs want reaction times, so if you’re staying in a hotel you want to be high enough that you’re not on the initial approach but not so high that you’re going to get trapped. When they’re out and about it will mean extra local officers on duty and extra concentric rings of security around them.”

Mr Davis has insured that that security will be at their highest level for the Royal family and there is nothing to worry for the people of UK.

 

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