Belgian prince says move to cut his £264,000 allowance violates his human rights

Belgian prince says propsed pay cut would breach his human rights
Prince Laurent turned up in full naval uniform at the Chinese Embassy in Brussels (Picture: REX)

A scandal-prone Belgian prince has said the government’s proposal to cut his £264,000 allowance is a ‘violation of human rights’.

Prince Laurent, the younger brother to King Philippe, caused a huge diplomatic incident when he made an appearance at a Chinese state celebration of the Red Army’s 90th anniversary earlier this year.

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