An investigation by LBC claims Ian Byrne, who is running for Liverpool West Derby, shared a message in 2015 about Baroness Michelle Mone, the founder of underwear brand Ultimo, which called to “hit the c*** where it hurts.”
On Thursday night during a speech in Manchester, the Labour leader said: “I am very proud of the work done by all my colleagues, some of whom are behind me here today.
“And I’m very proud of all the work that is going into our manifesto for this election.”
Mr Byrne’s post, shared in 2015, received comments calling for violence against Baroness Mone, and accused her of betraying her working-class roots.
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