Their departure was low-key and did not come in the past few months. The Home Office declined to comment on the reports. It is not clear which media organisations they worked for. The Chinese Embassy in London has been contacted for comment. The revelation came after Ofcom on Thursday revoked the licence of the Chinese state broadcaster CGTN to operate in the UK.
The broadcasting regulator said the company that had the licence did not have day-to-day control over the channel which was against the rules.