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IDS: It’s the right thing to do but there are problems

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IDS: It’s the right thing to do but there are problems

IDS: It’s the right thing to do but there are problems

Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith says the government's Huawei ban is the right thing to do, but there are problems within the Oliver Dowden's statement that need to be addressed.

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