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The British Parliament is warned about a Chinese agent

The British Parliament is warned about a Chinese agent

On Thursday, the British intelligence service MI5 warned all British MPs about being suspected of being Chinese agents in parliament. ITV.

In consultation with British President Lindsay Hoyle, a letter was sent to MEPs warning MPs and naming the suspect agent, Christine Lee.

According to M15, Lee, who served in parliament, was associated with the Communist Party of China and sought to influence members of parliament during his tenure.

The warning also said that Christine Lee was deliberately involved in political influence on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party’s “Central Unit for Unity Front”.

“Deep Concern”

British Home Secretary Preity Zinta has expressed “deep concern” that a person affiliated with the Communist Party of China is “emotionally involved in political influence”. Sky News.

Lee has previously been praised for his efforts to strengthen ties between China and the United Kingdom. Former Prime Minister Theresa May also presented the League with an award for her work.

Christine Lee, a trained lawyer, has funded many MEPs during her time in Parliament. Labor Barry Gardiner received about 4 420,000, the equivalent of 5,000,000 Swedish kronor. BBC. He says he has always informed MI5 about donations.

MEPs who have been in contact with Christine Lee are now being asked to contact the Department of Defense of the British Parliament.

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