UK alleged China of sending an agent to interfere in UK politics after MI5 sent an alert that someone from China was purposely in the UK parliament to infiltrate it.
The person in question is Christine Ching Lee who claimed to have involved herself in UK parliament because she saw the need to represent the Chinese community living in the UK.
There are claims that she made donations of 420 thousand pounds to politicians in the parliament.
Fear sparked that she is attempting to create connections for the Communist Party overseen by the Chinese citizens of the UK.
China has conveyed denial towards this allegation from the UK and the Chinese Embassy in London alleged MI5 of being intent on alienating the Chinese community in the United Kingdom.
According to BBC News reports showed that Christine Lee had a vast connection with a range of people under the UK politics, including the cancelled All-Party Parliamentary Group also known as China in Britain.
Allegations persist that Lee is conniving with political giants so that politics is directed into the hands of the Chinese community.
Sir Iain Smith, Conservative MP, was the first to bring up the alert on Thursday in the House of Commons.
He made demands that Christine Lee is deported and that the Chinese government release a statement to the Parliament.
Lee’s law firm was also discovered to have made donations to Labour MP Mr Gardener in 2014.
Lee’s son who initially had volunteered for the Labour MP was taken in as the Labour MP’s dairy manager.
The Labour MP Mr Gardener stated to News Agency that he had used donations her firm had given to make his work at the parliament better. The money, according to him had been used to pay researchers.