A British security agency, MI5, is reported to have successfully infiltrated the Chinese government.
“A spy for Communist China has managed to infiltrate the UK parliament, according to claims made by domestic intelligence agency MI5,” reports Breitbart News.
“Christine Ching Kui Lee, who has reportedly been active in parliamentary circles, engaged in ‘the facilitation of financial donations to political parties, parliamentarians, aspiring parliamentarians and individuals seeking political office in the UK’ in ‘covert co-ordination’ with a department of the Chinese Communist Party,” reported Breitbart News.
“While the idea of a Chinese spy in Westminster actually being uncovered is novel, it is not the first time that people close to elected officials have been accused of spying for foreign governments,” according to Breitbart News.
“Katia Zatuliveter — an aide to former Liberal Democrats MP, Mike Hancock — was arrested in 2010 over allegations that she was a spy working for the Russian government,” reported Breitbart News.
“It was later ruled that the aide was having an affair with Hancock, the UK’s Special Immigration Appeals Commission stated that there was not enough evidence to back up the espionage allegations and her deportation order was overturned,” according to Breitbart News.
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