Justin Trudeau says there is 'much to discuss' over Sussexes move - www.dailymail.co.uk

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...Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has said there is still much to discuss over the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's move to his country after the Queen sanctioned the couple's move.

...After the unprecedented Sandringham summit on Monday, the Queen gave her backing to Harry and Meghan's new 'independent life' away from full-time royal duties and said they will begin a transition period living in the UK and Canada.

...The decision came as finance minister Bill Morneau said the Canadian government has not yet discussed if it would help cover the security costs associated with Harry and Meghan living in Canada.

...There have been concerns that the large cost of providing security for Harry and Meghan could lead to a backlash in Canada and damage the status of the monarchy there.

...Campaigners have said the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, who are charged with protecting senior officials including the Governor General, must not write a blank check on millions of dollars worth of protection, while others have suggested Harry and Meghan should foot the bill themselves.

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