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The UK has banned Chinese company Huawei from 5G networks, saying keeping the country safe should be its top priority. It’s an important turn when the prime minister said in January that the company was allowed limited role in the new era of making technology faster. The United States has put pressure on Boris Johnson, but they have changed course. China has called for a wrong and disappointing decision and questioned whether the UK can provide a fair business environment. The decision means UK telecom companies will be banned from buying new Huawei 5G equipment this year. Existing Huawei technology will be phased out of 5G networks in the UK by 2027. In the UK the 5G translation could be delayed by two to three years and could cost $ 2 billion. He also raised questions about the future of China’s large-scale investment in the UK economy. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News from Ten Security Correspondents, Gordon Corera, business editor for Simon Jack, political correspondent Vicki Young in Westminster and North American editor Jon Sopel for Washington. Subscribe HERE .



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