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'Of course Diane is somebody that works extremely hard and represents her community very well, and I have to say has received totally unfair levels of attack and abuse, not just recently, over many years.' The politician who is standing in for Diane Abbott previously quit Labour's frontbench in a bid to oust Jeremy Corbyn.
Lyn Brown is currently serving as a shadow minister - but quit the frontbench in June 2016 in protest at Mr Corbyn's dire leadership.
I have always enjoyed good health until the last few years.
And diabetes, in itself, would not stop me doing Woman's Hour.'I am worried about telling untruths about my health which are easily disproved.'After the exchange was posted, the hoaxer, who says he has no political affiliation and refused to give his name, warned: 'If I was a North Korean or Russian hacker I could have sent her god knows what to download.'He told Mail Online: 'My mate challenged me and said I couldn't prank her.
The Parliamentary Labour Party voted by 172 to 40 that it had no confidence in Mr Corbyn.
Ms Brown was embroiled in controversy in 2011 when she barged into the back of blind journalist Sean Dilley and his golden retriever guide dog as he was walking in a corridor in parliament. ' Theresa May said: 'How Jeremy Corbyn manages his shadow Cabinet is for him.'I just wish Diane a speedy recovery.' Despite Ms Abbott's shambolic performance, Labour supporters including singer Lily Allen have claimed that criticism of her is down to 'racist sexist abuse'.
And Theresa May has repeatedly used media performances to warn of the dangers of installing Ms Abbott in the Home Office.
Hoax artist @SINON_REBORN has previously tricked Bank of England governor Mark Carney and Barclays boss Jes Staley.
Shadow international trade secretary Barry Gardiner told LBC radio: 'I have been told that Diane has been diagnosed with a serious, long-term condition.'I hope people will simply say 'Okay, fair dos, if that's the reason she's been under par, we should back off'.' Ms Abbott herself tweeted: 'Touched by all the messages of support. Ms Abbott came under fire yet again last night after being fooled by a prankster pretending to be a top party adviser in an email hoax.She also dropped out of an Evening Standard election hustings event last night.