UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has faced pressure from the US as well as his own parliamentary backbenchers over Huawei. Photo: dpa UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has faced pressure from the US as well as his own parliamentary backbenchers over Huawei. Photo: dpa
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has faced pressure from the US as well as his own parliamentary backbenchers over Huawei. Photo: dpa
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Boris Johnson may still be trying to be flexible over Huawei ban

  • Britain’s policy U-turn to ban gear supplied by the Chinese telecoms giant from its 5G networks meets the demands of an insistent Washington
  • But with the phase-out scheduled over seven years, another US administration and new technologies may offer the British prime minister a very different political and technical landscape

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has faced pressure from the US as well as his own parliamentary backbenchers over Huawei. Photo: dpa UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has faced pressure from the US as well as his own parliamentary backbenchers over Huawei. Photo: dpa
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has faced pressure from the US as well as his own parliamentary backbenchers over Huawei. Photo: dpa
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