PM confronts China’s premier after arrest of parliament ‘spy’

Rishi Sunak has conveyed to China’s premier his “significant concerns” about Chinese interference in the UK’s parliamentary democracy, according to No 10.

It comes after two men were arrested under the Official Secrets Act amid reports a parliamentary researcher spied for China.

The researcher has links to several senior Tory MPs and has been arrested on suspicion of spying for China, according to The Sunday Times.

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