Meghan Markle faced ‘disgusting’ threats in U.K.: former counterterrorism head

Meghan markle faced 'disgusting' threats in u. K. : former counterterrorism head

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Meghan Markle faced ‘disgusting and very real’ threats linked to right-wing extremism in the U.K., said Neil Basu, the former counterterrorism head with the Metropolitan Police, in an interview with Channel 4 News.

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