Frank Furedi on the influence of China on the West in the wake of MI5 warnings

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‘We have a world where through the use of financial instruments, China has established a very strong foothold in western Europe but also in Britain, that’s something that should worry us’

Frank Furedi on the influence of China on the West in the wake of MI5 warnings to Parliament of a Chinese agent.

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