Government defends Huawei after MPs warn on security

Danny Palmer
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MPs 'shocked' by complacency over security in Huawei/BT deal

The UK government has defended a deal with Chinese telecommunications provider Huawei, which MPs have labelled as a possible risk to national security. The 2005 deal saw Huawei granted permissio...

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