People accused of ‘spying’ against China

British authorities announced on Monday that two men had been charged under the Official Secrets Act with “spying” for China.

Christopher Perry, 32, of Witney, Oxfordshire, and Christopher Cash, 29, of Whitechapel, London, were charged with providing harmful information to a foreign country. They were granted bail to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Friday, April 26.

Counter-Terrorism Command Commander Dominic Murphy said: “This was a very complex investigation involving very serious allegations,” adding: “We have worked closely with the Crown Prosecution Service as the investigation progresses and this “This led to progress,” he said. Indictment of two men today. ”

He added: “While we are aware that there is some public and media interest in this case, we ask that you refrain from further comment or speculation in order to allow the criminal justice process to proceed smoothly.”

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