A UK parliamentary researcher and another man have been charged with spying for China after allegedly providing information which could be “useful to an enemy,” Report informs referring to BBC.

Christopher Cash, 29, the researcher, and Christopher Berry, 32, were charged under the Official Secrets Act.

They are accused of giving “articles, notes, documents or information” to a foreign state, the Met Police said.

Counter-terrorism police have described the allegations as “very serious”.

Mr Berry, from Witney in Oxfordshire, and Mr Cash, of Whitechapel, London, were arrested last March in connection with the investigation.