I really don't understand all the fuss to be honest Calamity. That is not to say the security fears are unfounded it is just that I don't fully understand the problem.
Huawei's hardware/software will not be used in the 'sensitive' core of the 5G infrastructure and it will not be allowed near nuclear or military sites. On top of that the radio equipment of a 5G supplier can't contain more than 35% of Huawei components.
Overall what worries me is that the overriding message that I get from all of this rhetoric is that everyone else thinks that Huawei is too technologically savvy for us to stop them spying, or for anyone to spot if they are spying on us.
I very much doubt that highly sensitive material is transmitted in a manner that isn't highly encrypted.
Don't Google, Facebook and the like already 'spy' on us? Hasn't Russia been spying on us for years? Hell wasn't the Investigatory Powers Act introduced three years ago a licence for our own Government to spy on us?