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Tensions have emerged in Cabinet over how to respond to the security risks posed by the Chinese Telecoms giant Huawei amid signs that spy chiefs believe any problems posed by the company are manageable.

The Commons science and technology committee wrote a month ago to Jeremy Wright, the culture secretary, Jeremy Hunt, the foreign secretary, and Gavin Williamson, the defence secretary, to seek reassurances about the risks from the firm.

Norman Lamb, the Liberal Democrat chairman of the committee, asked each of them if they were considering making mandatory the use of the Huawei cyber security evaluation centre (HCSEC), a government body that tests hardware and software updates supplied by Huawei....

Tensions have emerged in Cabinet over how to respond to the security risks posed by the Chinese Telecoms giant Huawei amid signs that spy chiefs believe any problems posed by the company are manageable.

The Commons science and technology committee wrote a month ago to Jeremy Wright, the culture secretary, Jeremy Hunt, the foreign secretary, and Gavin Williamson, the defence secretary, to seek reassurances about the risks from the firm.

Norman Lamb, the Liberal Democrat chairman of the committee, asked each of them if they were considering making mandatory the use of the Huawei cyber security evaluation centre (HCSEC), a government body that tests hardware and software updates supplied by Huawei....

Tensions have emerged in Cabinet over how to respond to the security risks posed by the Chinese Telecoms giant Huawei amid signs that spy chiefs believe any problems posed by the company are manageable.

The Commons science and technology committee wrote a month ago to Jeremy Wright, the culture secretary, Jeremy Hunt, the foreign secretary, and Gavin Williamson, the defence secretary, to seek reassurances about the risks from the firm.

Norman Lamb, the Liberal Democrat chairman of the committee, asked each of them if they were considering making mandatory the use of the Huawei cyber security evaluation centre (HCSEC), a government body that tests hardware and software updates supplied by Huawei....

Tensions have emerged in Cabinet over how to respond to the security risks posed by the Chinese Telecoms giant Huawei amid signs that spy chiefs believe any problems posed by the company are manageable.

The Commons science and technology committee wrote a month ago to Jeremy Wright, the culture secretary, Jeremy Hunt, the foreign secretary, and Gavin Williamson, the defence secretary, to seek reassurances about the risks from the firm.

Norman Lamb, the Liberal Democrat chairman of the committee, asked each of them if they were considering making mandatory the use of the Huawei cyber security evaluation centre (HCSEC), a government body that tests hardware and software updates supplied by Huawei....