Labour frontbencher reveals that type 2 diabetes coerced her to take separate and shows frustration at Theresa May for negative campaign

Diane Abbott has accused the Conservative party of unleashing the most vicious and negative general election campaign in her remember, uttering her regret that a female “ministers ” had singled her out as a national target.

And in her first interview since stepping aside because of illness at the end of awareness-raising campaigns, the Labour frontbencher also revealed for the first time that “shes been” diagnosed with type 2 diabetes two summers ago, and said that was why she had taken a break.

As the Conservative party angrily rejected her analysis of their expedition, Abbott insisted that she was finagling her health and seemed ready to return to work. But she admitted that it had affected her conduct in programme interrogations branded a gondola crash in the midst of the gruelling seven-week campaign.

During the election campaign, everything departed crazy and the diabetes was out of controller, the blood sugar was out of authority, she told the Guardian, saying that she was badly affected after facing six or seven interviews in a row without devouring sufficient food.

She said her brother had watched and listened to interviews, including when she stumbled over people on a key program on police money when being grilled by LBCs Nick Ferrari, and got in touch with her.

He said that is not Diane, because ever since Ive been a child Ive had a great memory for representations, and he said he knew it was my blood sugar and gave me a teach about eating and having glucose tablets, she said, foreground her years of program ordeal as a pundit on This Week.

Abbott included: It is a condition you can manage. I am doing that now and I find ready to get back to work.

People with type 2 diabetes employing drug is also possible prone to hypos if they fail to eat meat regularly, which has resulted in dizziness and confusion.

Abbott said she was touched by the thousands of messages of support she received and praised the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, went on to say that a hugely positive expedition had deprived Theresa May of her majority.

There was a sense in this campaign nationally that whether you two are a Ukip voter concerned about immigration, or whether you were a young professional in Hackney worried about Brexit, in the end, faced with the Tory campaign, you came home, she said.

But she punched out at the relentless attacks against Corbyn, Labour and her, claiming that she find as if she was in a vortex as it dawned on her that she had been chosen to be singled out for targeting by the prime minister and the Reactionary leader strategist. Clearly I was part of Lynton Crosbys grid, she said.

Abbott, who revealed that a number of Tory MPs had approached her since returning to parliament to express their distaste at the ambiance of awareness-raising campaigns, said the Labour party had considered legal action at one point.

The first time I became aware that I was a target of a national safarus was when people in marginals in the north were WhatsApping me to say there were ad vans talking about me, with a picture of me and Jeremy on, she said.

Then there were these targeted Facebook ads. There was one which was a mashup ad which constituted it sound as if I supported al-Qaida. We did contemplate taking action at law, she said, adding that they decided it was able to oblige her more of a target.

It was literally imitation word, she said, claiming that elderly Reactionary obstructed haphazardly mentioning her in what felt like a deliberate targeting.

Asked if it felt like “the worlds largest” vicious general election campaign she had ever suffered, Abbott said yes and added that she was disappointed that May as a female ruler would oversee it. She said she was talking about the overall negativity, but included she felt it was wrong how she had been targeted.

The Tories need to explain why they singled me out. It felt frightful, it appeared awful you seemed “youre in” a kind of vortex as I became aware of what was happening the Facebook ads, the Tories name-dropping me for no reason.

The Conservatives angrily spurned Abbotts accusations. A generator in the working party said: Was her response to inhuman campaigning also in response to whether Labour were wicked? Or did that not get asked? As the cabinet of ministers said, we wish her hole with her health; no one knows more about the difficulties of diabetes than the prime minister.

But the source said that criticisms of Abbott over terrorism plan were a matter of fact. It was lawful in a campaign to point out penchants in the opponents front terrace, the source said. Was her conduct in awareness-raising campaigns an expression of the results of ill health? Not for me to speculate. Is her voting enter legitimate soils for discussion? Of course it is.

But Abbott said that the medicine was deep stressful. Because of the promotion every day I had photographers outside my home, she said, but added that there was an outpouring of the assistance provided on the street of Hackney where she boosted her majority by 11,000 to a huge 35,000.

Asked if she felt that it was worse because she was a black woman, Abbott responded: I wouldnt want to say that, but she claimed that the response was little frenzied when male peers including Corbyn or the chancellor, Philip Hammond afforded good interviews.

And she announced on Mays Reactionary and parts of the media to really examine the type of politics they had practised in the campaign, warning that relentless negative criticizes against her personally risked putting young black women off politics.

It was an extraordinary safarus. You campaigned seven general election campaigns, in Hackney, and abruptly you are this target. And they could say concepts flat out untruthful May said Diane wants to mopped the DNA database no I dont, I wanted to take innocent people off it.

She said that she was in her expedition role when the exit poll put, saying we all kind of caught our breath.

Damian Green, labour and pensions secretary before his post-election promotion, told the Guardian in an eve-of-poll interview that the Brexit vote had burst the dam of party loyalty, free-spoken lifelong Labour voters to back the Conservatives a widely-held panorama in Tory high command that examined Theresa Mays bright blue expedition engagement bus tour one safe Labour seat after another. But Abbott said they anticipated without the deeply held loyalty of Labour sponsors in many of these constituencies.

Abbott indicated the Tories had failed to understand what a Labour poll was. In a constituency like Hackney, its quite mobile and its fairly liquid although its a very safe Labour seat. But in the parts of the country where they thought they were going to pick up benches, when it genuinely comes down to it, whatever beings were saying about immigrants, or Jeremy, or blah blah blah, mostly beings would rather chop off their right hand than referendum Tory, she said. It was just a visceral act in the end for some of them that they just couldnt do it.

Abbott guesses the sharp rise in support for Labour, including in seats in the Midlands and north of England, is a justification of Jeremy Corbyns decision to back the government on Brexit when essay 50 was prompted earlier this year and move the political conversation on to the impact of austerity.

She said she was ready to serve in Corbyns cabinet if asked to return, saying there were spreads for the president to reach out to other offstages of the party but said it was right to keep the current shadow cabinet in place.

There will be important roles to fill but some of[ the shadow cabinet] genuinely stepped up they came in 2015 and stepped up and to move then to one side would be really unfair.


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