“Will they influence people to do something against British assets because that’s how it’s looked at. You’re looking at a threat and risk against British assets that’s currently substantial, meaning that an attack is likely. We go up to severe, meaning it is highly likely so we have we moved now between those two barriers.
“It’s not just against the Sussexes themselves, because of those statements, it’s against the Royal Family, His Majesty’s Government, His Majesty’s Armed Forces, His Majesty’s Police Service. The connotations are quite vast because of what it represents for the United Kingdom.”
Mr Morgan is not the only person to say Harry’s words could increase the security risk to him and his family.
Royal Marines veteran Ben McBean, who knows the Duke from their military days, told Sky News: “I don’t think it is wise that he said that out loud.
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