History,  Labour Party

What’s missing?

Guest post by Sackcloth & Ashes

On 3rd December the Leader of Her Majesty’s Opposition delivered a speech in Prague to the Party of European Socialists Council. The text contains a reference to the host nation’s troubled history, and particular the traumas the Czechs experienced during the 20th century.

But there’s one episode in the Czech Republic’s recent past which isn’t referenced in Jeremy Corbyn’s speech.

Anyone care to guess what it might be?

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