You may not hear about these findings for a while. A spokesman for digital, culture, media and sports department told FT that the revision of 5G security was "ongoing" and that talk of some final decisions was "inaccurate". The last sentence is not necessarily in conflict with the apparent leak. It is possible that the NCSC has excluded a blanket ban, but has not formally decided what to do in response.
If it is the agency's conclusion, it may throw the US agenda out of the course. US officials have claimed that Huawei could use its equipment to spy on behalf of China despite a lack of public evidence, and has succeeded in acquiring some entities banned at home and in allied nations such as Australia. It is on top of scams and trade-related charges that are offset against the company. If Britain rejects this notion, the United States will have a tough time taking over other countries to ditch Huawei altogether. Britain has access to some of the most sensitive US intelligence available ̵