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MI6 warns government over China relationship amid Covid-19

by LLB Reporter
13th Apr 20 7:50 am

The Secret Intelligent Service (SIS) also known as MI6 are urging the British government to rethink their relationship with China after the global pandemic.

The security service, also known as MI5 with MI6 have raised serious concerns over China’s response to the coronavirus outbreak.

The UK security services have started tighter controls on strategic industries and technology to protect the intelligence sector, along with restricting takeovers to prevent leaks.

There must be a diversity of the supply of “6G and 7G” in order to protect “crown jewel” sectors such as, research and development, innovation and technology.

MI6 have informed the government over China’s under-reporting of deaths in the country which has also been echoed by the CIA, as the recovery is quite suspicious.

Michael Gove MP said in March that Beijing are downplaying coronavirus.

Gove said, “It was also the case that some of the reporting from China was not clear about the scale, the nature, the infectiousness of this.”

The US President Donald Trump told a briefing on 21 March that, “China was very secretive and that’s unfortunate.

“With that said I have great respect for that country and great respect for the leadership of that country.

“I wish they could have given us an advance warning. If we had a two or three-month difference in time.”

An anonymous Chinese researcher told CNN, “I think it is a coordinated effort from (the) Chinese government to control (the) narrative, and paint it as if the outbreak did not originate in China, and I don’t think they will really tolerate any objective study to investigate the origination of this disease.”

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