Britain dealt major blow in Huawei, removing China’s 5G technology from the UK Bad news for CCP

► BRITAIN could remove Huawei from its 5G networks sooner than planned after a committee found the telecommunications company is “clearly strongly linked to the Chinese state”.
The Defence Committee published its report on ‘The Security of 5G’ yesterday. In July this year, the government announced Huawei technology would be removed from the UK’s 5G network by 2027 following security concerns.
Yesterday’s report highlights further accusations against the communications giant, and claimed there is “clear evidence of collusion” between Huawei and the Chinese Communist Party – though the report did not elaborate on what the evidence was.

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