Britain accuses two individuals of spying for China

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Britain accuses two individuals of spying for China

Britain accuses two individuals of spying for China

A British parliament researcher and another man have been accused of spying for China, British police announced. The two men, aged 32 and 29, are accused of providing documents and information to a foreign country.

British police described the allegations against these two individuals as very serious and are currently investigating based on very complex inquiries.

Christopher Kush, 29, and Christopher Berry, 32, were arrested in March in connection with the investigation into this case.

According to published reports, Christopher Kush, who had previously worked as a researcher in the British Parliament, had connections with several Conservative Party representatives. The Sunday Times reported that he had contacted Tom Tugendhat, the Deputy Security Minister of Britain, and Alicia Kearns, the chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Commons.

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