Harry Dunn’s parents ‘angry’ after meeting with Rabb over US immunity battle

The grieving parents of a British teenager killed in a motorbike crash have been left "frustrated and angry" after a meeting with Foreign Secretary Dominic Rabb.

Harry Dunn's parents want Anne Sacoolas to return to the UK to talk to them after she flew to the US following his death.

Harry's parents, Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn yesterday pleaded with Ms Sacoolas to be "humane and kind" and return to the UK after fleeing the country and claiming diplomatic immunity.

Harry Dunn, 19, tragically died in a head on collision with a car close to RAF Croughton, an American spy base in Northamptonshire, back in August.

Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a US diplomat, is suspected to have pulled out onto the wrong side of the road during the fatal accident.

His parents said they felt the meeting had been a "publicity stunt" and they were "disgusted".

Mr Dunn said: "I don't think anything will come of it. I don't think the government or the Commonwealth Office have any clout to do anything. I don't think Boris will do any good, either."

Speaking after the 45 minute-long meeting, a family spokesman told Sky News : "To say we are disappointed with the outcome of the meeting would be an understatement."

The teen's death has seen a furious row erupt between the US and UK, with Mr Raab having called US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and urged the American government to "do the right thing by Harry Dunn's family".

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised to speak personally to US President Donald Trump if there is not movement from the American government.

Speakring yesterday Harry's dad said: "I’m hoping with the pressure from our Prime Minister if they look at the case and reassess what diplomatic immunity means."

Admitting there needs to be an overhaul in the law, Charlotte added: "We can’t let it happen again. She’s taken our son."

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