Rishi Sunak says he raised ‘strong concerns’ with Beijing over alleged spying on parliament – video


The prime minister said he raised ‘strong concerns’ over alleged Chinese interference in the UK’s parliament in a meeting with the Chinese premier, Li Qiang, following the arrest of two men in connection with allegations that a parliamentary researcher spied for Beijing.

Speaking from Delhi, where he was attending a G20 summit, Sunak said: ‘I raised a range of different concerns that we have an areas of disagreement and in particular my very strong concerns about any interference in our parliamentary democracy, which is obviously unacceptable’

The Guardian

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