U.K. Labour Leader Corbyn Denies He Was A Spy For Communist Czechoslovakia





Daily Mail: Jeremy Corbyn brands storm over his meetings with a Soviet-backed spy 'nonsense' and refuses to answer Theresa May's demand he authorise the release of any Stasi files on him

* May today said every MP had to be 'accountable' for the actions in their career
* Intervention came after Czech ex-spy Jan Sarkocy made lurid new allegations
* Labour figures pocketed between £1,000 and £10,000 a meeting, Sarkocy said

Jeremy Corbyn dismissed a storm over his meetings with a Soviet-backed spy 30 years ago as 'nonsense' today.

The Labour leader denied he was himself a spy in heated exchanges at a manufacturing conference that saw journalists booed for raising questions.

Mr Corbyn refused to directly answer a question about Theresa May's demand for him to authorise the release of any Stasi files held on him.

The Prime Minister yesterday demanded Mr Corbyn be 'open and transparent' about his past as a week-long scandal continued to grow.

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More News On U.K. Labour Leader Corbyn's Denying He Was A Spy For Communist Czechoslovakia

UK Labour Chief Says Communist Spy Claims 'Ridiculous Smear' -- US News and World Report/AP
Corbyn: Spy stories show press is worried by Labour government -- BBC
Jeremy Corbyn says Czech spying claims are 'lies and smears' -- ITV News
Watch Jeremy Corbyn attack media 'lies and smears' over Soviet spy claims -- Business Insider
Was Britain's Labour Leader a Communist Spy? -- Voice of America

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