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UK Defense Secretary Fired Due To Huawei Info Leak

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UK Defense Secretary Fired Due To Huawei Info Leak

UK Defense Secretary Fired Due To Huawei Info Leak

CNN reports UK Prime Minister Theresa May has fired Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson after he leaked information from a National Security Council meeting.

In a statement Wednesday, May said she had lost confidence in Williamson's ability to serve in her government.

"The Prime Minister's decision has been informed by his conduct surrounding an investigation into the circumstances of the unauthorized disclosure of information from a meeting of the National Security Council.

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