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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