JEREMY CORBYN was paid by the Soviet-backed Communist secret police to spy on Britain according to new bombshell revelations.
A former Czechoslovakian spy has claimed he was the UK Labour leaders “handler” during the height of the Cold War during the 1980s when Corbyn first became an MP.
The Sun reports that Jan Sarkocy told Czech media “he paid” Codename “COB” Corbyn in return for information.
The former-spy, who was thrown out of Britain by former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 1989, said: “Corbyn was recruited. He also received money.”
Sarkocy said the information provided by Mr Corbyn was “rated in Moscow as the number one”.
Jezza also had an escape plan to move to Soviet Russia if he ever got caught by the British.
The revelations come days after it was revealed that the hard-left Labour leader met with a communist spy at the height of the Cold War and passed on sensitive information.
According to secret files, the USSR-backed spies had a simple code-word for Jeremy Corbyn: “COB.”
A spokesman for Mr Corbyn said: “These claims are a ridiculous smear and entirely false. The former Czechoslovak agent Jan Sarkocy’s account of his meeting with Jeremy was false 30 years ago, is false now and has no credibility whatsoever.”
“His story has more plot holes in it than a bad James Bond movie.”
UK Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “Time and time again he has sided with those who want to destroy everything that is great about this country.
“That he met foreign spies is a betrayal of this country. He cannot be trusted.”