Britain must protect critical infrastructure from ‘hostile vendors’

LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday that Britain needed to protect its critical national infrastructure from “hostile state vendors” when deciding what role China’s Huawei should play in the country’s 5G network. Britain is taking a tougher stance on China because of a crackdown in Hong Kong and intense pressure from the United States to ban Huawei from its 5G network. Huawei was granted a limited role in Britain’s 5G network in January. Johnson said he was deeply concerned by China’s decision to pass national security legislation in Hong Kong. “We are obviously deeply concerned about the decision to pass the National Security Law in Beijing as it affects Hong Kong,” he said after a speech on how to rebuild Britain after COVID-19.

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