UKIP Leadership Candidate Suffering From Suspected Bleeding of the Brain After Bust Up – The London Economic

UKIP Leadership Candidate Suffering From Suspected Bleeding of the Brain After Bust Up

Steven Woolfe is suspected to be suffering from bleeding of the brain after he was punched in a bust up outside the European Parliament.

The MEP, who is favourite to become the next UKIP leader, collapsed in Brussells amid reports he was punched by a colleague. He was rushed to hospital with suspected head injuries, which could be critical.

UKIP party insiders told The Telegraph that Mr Woolfe was punched by a colleague from the same party following an altercation, with one witness saying he fell into a window or perhaps a metal bar.

Woolfe had two epileptic-type fits around two hours after the fight.

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