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Tugendhat praises government's decision on Huawei

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Tugendhat praises government's decision on Huawei

Tugendhat praises government's decision on Huawei

Tom Tugendhat has praised the government for their decision to remove Huawei from it’s 5G plans.

The Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman added that the move is an important change in direction.

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