2019年第五十六期跑狗图

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At a time when the Tories and Labour cannot even agree on a Brexit strategy amid national crisis - how strange that both parties should suddenly be united on the issue of launching a criminal inquiry into the Huawei leak.

Wednesday’s Telegraph exclusive revealed that Theresa May had given the green light to a Chinese telecoms giant to help build Britain's new 5G network. The decision, despite warnings from the US and some of her most senior ministers that it poses a risk to national security - has dominated the headlines and prompted outrage from MPs across the Commons.

On Thursday, Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright led calls for a criminal inquiry into the leak from Tuesday’s National Security...

At a time when the Tories and Labour cannot even agree on a Brexit strategy amid national crisis - how strange that both parties should suddenly be united on the issue of launching a criminal inquiry into the Huawei leak.

Wednesday’s Telegraph exclusive revealed that Theresa May had given the green light to a Chinese telecoms giant to help build Britain's new 5G network. The decision, despite warnings from the US and some of her most senior ministers that it poses a risk to national security - has dominated the headlines and prompted outrage from MPs across the Commons.

On Thursday, Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright led calls for a criminal inquiry into the leak from Tuesday’s National Security...

At a time when the Tories and Labour cannot even agree on a Brexit strategy amid national crisis - how strange that both parties should suddenly be united on the issue of launching a criminal inquiry into the Huawei leak.

Wednesday’s Telegraph exclusive revealed that Theresa May had given the green light to a Chinese telecoms giant to help build Britain's new 5G network. The decision, despite warnings from the US and some of her most senior ministers that it poses a risk to national security - has dominated the headlines and prompted outrage from MPs across the Commons.

On Thursday, Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright led calls for a criminal inquiry into the leak from Tuesday’s National Security...

At a time when the Tories and Labour cannot even agree on a Brexit strategy amid national crisis - how strange that both parties should suddenly be united on the issue of launching a criminal inquiry into the Huawei leak.

Wednesday’s Telegraph exclusive revealed that Theresa May had given the green light to a Chinese telecoms giant to help build Britain's new 5G network. The decision, despite warnings from the US and some of her most senior ministers that it poses a risk to national security - has dominated the headlines and prompted outrage from MPs across the Commons.

On Thursday, Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright led calls for a criminal inquiry into the leak from Tuesday’s National Security...