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'Chinese agent's political interference in the British parliament, China denies,

 'Chinese agent's political interference in the British parliament, China denies,

 'Chinese agent's political interference in the British parliament, China denies,

Security officials have warned lawmakers that a suspected Chinese agent is "deliberately interfering" in parliament. 'Chinese agent's political interference in the British parliament, China denies,

According to the French news agency AFP, the office of the Speaker of the House of Commons Lindsay Howell on Thursday confirmed that she had sent an e-mail to Parliament informing them of the incident after discussions with security officials. Hoyle's spokesman said: "The Speaker considers the security and democratic process of members to be a priority, so he issued this notice in consultation with the security services.

"Chinese intelligence"

The Chinese embassy in London has denied the allegations, saying "it is not our need and we have not tried to influence any foreign parliament."

A statement issued by the Chinese ambassador to Washington said, "We strongly oppose any threats to corruption or intimidation of the Chinese people in the UK."

A security statement called the alleged agent Christine Lee and said she was involved in a deliberate political interference by the United Front work Department of the Chinese Communist Party.

The London-based lawyer allegedly donated 27 275,000 to Barry Gardner, a former Labor Shadow Cabinet member, and millions of pounds to his party.

"Chinese espionage operations and tactics"

Former Prime Minister Theresa May, whose bodyguards are accused of embezzling millions of Russian dollars, presented Lee with an award in 2019 in recognition of his cooperation with Sino-British relations.

There is also a separate photo of Lee with David Cameron and former Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn at the 2015 event.

According to British media, the speaker notes that Lee has directed financial contributions to those who wish to become members of parliament on behalf of foreigners living in Hong Kong and China.

China last year shut down 10 British organizations and individuals, including Duncan Smith, for spreading "lies and misinformation" about Xinjiang human rights abuses.

He complained that Lee had not been arrested or deported, but had been barred from entering parliament.

"china threatens UK 2021"

"This is the kind of gray area we now expect in China," Tobias L. Wood, a former vigilant defense minister, told the Commons.

Gardner said Christine Lee's son had been hired as manager of his diary but resigned on Thursday.

In a statement, he said all his donations were properly reported and no suspicious money had been raised in his office but he had been in contact with our "security" for many years. Were.

"china spying on lectures run by British universities"

Chinese understudies who can't take their places in UK colleges because of the movement constraints of the Covid pestilence should go to courses utilizing secret organizations (VPNs) run by Alibaba, an innovation organization established by Jack Ma, an individual from the Chinese Communist Party. The Association for Asian Studies, a worldwide organization of scholastics, is worried that "understudies or staff might be putting themselves in danger by sharing their perspectives on explicit points". They said the understudies could wind up in jail or in government guardianship for purportedly disregarding the Communist Party's philosophy.

"Chinese spy agency"

China's intelligence agency is playing an "active role" in undermining Nepal's relations with other nations, the Nepalese Daily reportedly obtained a confidential document prepared by Nepali security officials, reported Saturday.

The report states that Beijing has opened its own spy network in Nepal to undermine Himalayan national relations with other countries, particularly the United States and is desperate to deal with the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Compact provided by the United States.

"china threat to the UK"

Nepal is expected to receive $ 500 million in aid from the United States under the MCC. Although it was signed in September 2017, it is still awaiting parliamentary confirmation. Excessive delays in the approval of Nepal's parliament had recently prompted the United States to raise its concerns in Kathmandu.

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