UKIP probe after MEP Steven Woolfe hurt in 'altercation'

UKIP probe after MEP Steven Woolfe hurt in 'altercation'
 

UKIP has launched an inquiry after one of its MEPs was taken to hospital following an altercation with a colleague in the European Parliament.
Steven Woolfe collapsed after the incident at a meeting in Strasbourg.
Mr Woolfe, 49 - among the favourites to be the party's next leader - had a precautionary brain scan and is expected to be released later.
UKIP chairman Paul Oakden said there would be a full investigation and "appropriate action" if necessary.
The incident, understood to be between Mr Woolfe and fellow MEP Mike Hookem, took place during a heated UKIP meeting in the... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 53
Source: BBC
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