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China Got BUSTED For Spying On UK’s PARLIAMENT — Is This News?

The British Prime Minister ripped into China after news broke that a researcher working on staff for a member of parliament was, in fact, a Chinese spy.

But he stopped short of giving it a proper denunciation.

The Sunday Times reported that the younger man was a parliamentary researcher who worked with senior lawmakers from the governing Conservatives, including Alicia Kearns, who now heads the powerful Foreign Affairs Committee, and her predecessor in that role, Tom Tugendhat, who is now security minister. The newspaper said the suspect held a pass that allows full access to the Parliament buildings, issued to lawmakers, staff and journalists after security vetting.

Tensions between Britain and China have risen in recent years over accusations of economic subterfuge, human rights abuses and Beijing’s crackdown on civil liberties in the former British colony of Hong Kong.

Britain’s Conservatives are divided on how tough a line to take with Beijing and on how much access Chinese firms should have to the U.K. economy. More hawkish Tories want Beijing declared a threat, but Sunak has referred to China’s growing power as a “challenge.” — ABC

The UK sees the size of China’s economy and is wavering about whether to take a hard line on China or to be conciliatory. Even the discovery of a spy working in Parliament wasn’t enough to raise anything more than a tepid dismay.

U.K. Business Secretary Kemi Badenoch said Britain should avoid calling China a “foe” or using language that could “escalate” tensions.

“China is a country that we do a lot of business with,” Badenoch told Sky News. “China is a country that is significant in terms of world economics. It sits on the U.N. Security Council. We certainly should not be describing China as a foe, but we can describe it as a challenge.”

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s spokesman, Max Blain, said it was wrong to reduce the U.K.’s approach to China “just to one word.” — WaPo

Meanwhile, here’s a quick recap of some of the issues Gallagher and the CCP committee have been quietly digging into.

This is how you know they are getting some traction:

Meanwhile, Joe Biden — whose family has been personally enriched by the CCP — has no objection to a strong China.

And why would he, so long as the check clears?

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