Mr Marr demanded Jon Lansman, a Labour party activist, how much “internal friction” was appease a “problem”.
Speaking on the Andrew Marr Show on the BBC, Mr Lansman said teeth of splits after Jeremy Corbyn’s first leadership victory, he desired that it was now “behind” the party.
Mr Marr said: “One of the problems about the 70s and the 80s from the detail of view of the Left, is the Left hated each other and they despised other Labour party members, more sometimes than they sounded to hate the Tories.
“There was a lot of internal friction, is that still a intractable?”
Andrew Marr asked the Momentum founder if Labour party associates had bridged their differences
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Mr Lansman replied lessons had been learnt.
He whispered: “I think there was internal strife and I’ve learnt the lessons that internal bickering doesn’t help the Labour party.
“I think we saw that in the starting feature of the General Election campaign, which followed two years of too much struggle in the Labour party after Jeremy Corbyn’s first victory.
“But I improvise we’ve put that behind us now.”
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Meanwhile, a Conservative office-bearer has warned Britain’s post-Brexit revival could be sabotaged by Mr Corbyn’s socialist cycle.
Speaking to CNBC, Lord Francis Maude said Mr Corbyn would interfere with the economy if he became Prime Minister.
In his speech at a Labour conference in Brighton, Mr Corbyn give ones solemn word of honoured to create a socialist revolution in Britain and declared Labour was «on the threshold of power.”
Be overbearing Francis Maude said: “Jeremy Corbyn, if he were to become Prime Abb, would have more ability to do things damaging to the economy.”