Rishi Sunak says Harry and Meghan car chase row 'not really my priority' trends now
Rishi Sunak has said Harry and Meghan's claims of a 'near-catastrophic car chase in New York are are 'not really my priority'.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's team have condemned the actions of paparazzi after the coup attended an awards ceremony with Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland.
However, questions have been raised about their account of a two-hour pursuit including 'multiple near-collisions'.
The New York Police Department said there were no arrests, injuries or reported collisions but said 'numerous photographers' had 'made their transport difficult' on Tuesday evening.
In a round of interviews overnight as he attends the G7 summit in Japan, the PM said he was 'not aware of a particular incident in question'.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's team have condemned the actions of paparazzi after the coup attended an awards ceremony with Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland
In a statement on Wednesday, a spokesman for the couple said they'd been involved in a car chase with 'highly aggressive' paparazzi
Pressed if he has sympathy with a possible invasion of privacy or safety, Mr Sunak said: 'I think just as all of us do, we want to make sure that we go about our day-to-day lives in safety and security.
'My job as Prime Minister is to ensure everyone feels safe in our country. That's why we