Regina v Prince Phil: Will Queen end up PROSECUTING her Duke of Edinburgh husband? – Express

Regina v Prince Phil: Will Queen end up PROSECUTING her Duke of Edinburgh husband? – Express

Queen Elizabeth II
CPS bosses admitted Prince Philip could still face prosecution, despite surrendering his driver’s licence, after a file into his crash was passed onto the Crown Prosecution Service. If charges are brought then the Queen - who is the embodiment of British law - will be technically taking action against her other half. All legal cases are framed as Regina v the defendant - so in this case it would be Regina v Philip Windsor. A Crown Prosecution Service spokesman said the incident file will be reviewed exactly as it would be for any other British citizen as they consider whether to charge Prince Philip. But he added the CPS “will take into account” the fact that the Duke of Edinburgh gave up his licence. The 97-year-old was driving his Land Rover Freelander when his car flipped over as he pulled out onto a busy A road and collided with a Kia. The Kia was carrying a nine-month-old baby, his mother and another passenger. The Prince escaped the crash uninjured but Emma Fairweather broke her wrist and called for the Duke to be prosecuted if he was found to be at a fault. At the time of the ....


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