'Police not involved' in UKIP altercation
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UKIP: 'Police won't be involved in Woolfe altercation'

UKIP MEP Steven Woolfe does not want "any police involvement" after being hospitalised following an altercation with a colleague in the European Parliament.

Nathan Gill, another MEP, made the claim in a statement to the media in Strasbourg.

The incident, understood to be between Mr Woolfe and fellow MEP Mike Hookem, took place during a heated UKIP meeting.

UKIP's leader in Wales, Neil Hamilton, said he was "disturbed" that the matter would not be investigated by the police.

  • 07 Oct 2016
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