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  • Feb.23.2018: Green MEP Jean Lambert among Czech spy’s contacts. A Green Party MEP and former Labour MPs are listed among the contacts of a Soviet-era spy whom Jeremy Corbyn is also said to have met. Jean Lambert, a prominent member of the Greens for several decades, gave information on the environmental movement to Jan Sarkocy, a Czechoslovakian intelligence officer, according to a report he filed in 1989. After Jan Sarkocy (aka Jan Dymic) was expelled from Britain in May 1989 he wrote a report, now in the archive of the Czechoslovakian state security service, detailing the contacts he had made. Yesterday The Times revealed that Lord Robertson of Port Ellen, the former Labour Defence Secretary and Nato secretary-general, was also listed as a contact of Mr Sarkocy alongside Mr Corbyn and Ronald Brown, then a hard-left Labour MP. Svetlana Ptacnikova, the head of the archive, has said that there is no evidence that Mr Corbyn was a collaborator with the Czechoslovakian intelligence services. The report also lists several other former Labour MPs as contacts. Mr Sarkocy claims to have contacted Bruce George and Patrick Duffy on Apr.19.1989. Both men were described as members of the standing committee of the North Atlantic Assembly, an international organisation for parliamentarians of NATO countries, and Mr Sarkocy wrote that he had "handed [them] over for future development" to another spy, with the codename Polanka. Andy Love, who became a Labour MP in 1997 and stood down in 2015, was also listed as a contact. Harry Cohen], who was a Labour MP at the time, is described by Mr Sarkocy as having possible but unproven links to the British security services and as "an eligible character for further independent development by the newly arriving" Czechoslovakian intelligence officer. The Times, Billy Kenber, David Charter