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Policing Queen's Royal visit cost £101,000

FOI reveals amount spent on resources 

Policing the Queen's visit to the Isle of Man in March cost more than £100,000.

The Isle of Man Constabulary has published the figure in response to a Freedom of Information request.

Queen Camilla visited the Island on 20 March, to formally confer Douglas' city status.

The majority of the cost comes from footing the bill for support from overseas officers.

The total, minus a 'small amount' from two outstanding invoices, stands at £101,463.13.

The cost to Douglas Council was almost £5000.

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