Boris Johnson has survived the first Conservative rebellion of the new UK parliament over the involvement of Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei in Britain’s 5G networks.
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Justin Trudeau’s industry minister said Canada won’t be strong-armed into a decision on restricting a Chinese technology giant’s access to next-generation wireless networks.
A group of US senators wants to remove a preferred investment status for countries such as the UK that allow for the installation of Huawei Technologies equipment in their 5G networks.
Rebel politicians in Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party are piling pressure on the prime minister to reverse his decision to allow Huawei to help build the UK’s next-generation wireless networks.
The UK said it will spend £1.2-billion – about R23.3-billion – on developing the most powerful weather and climate supercomputer in the world.
Boris Johnson is coming under renewed pressure from key British allies over his controversial decision to give Chinese technology giant Huawei a role in building the UK’s 5G network infrastructure.
Boris Johnson’s decision to allow Chinese technology giant Huawei a role in Britain’s 5G network could threaten a post-Brexit trade deal between the UK and America, US vice President Mike Pence has indicated.
Donald Trump blasted Boris Johnson with “apoplectic” rage during a heated phone call over the UK’s decision to allow Huawei into its 5G network, according to a report.
Boris Johnson insisted the decision to allow Huawei to play a limited role in the UK’s 5G infrastructure would not “imperil our relationship” with the US as he faced a backlash from Tory MPs and US Republicans.
Britain will let Huawei Technologies play a limited role in building the country’s next-generation mobile phone networks, denying a long-running attempt by the US to have the Chinese tech giant barred.