Neil Hamilton apology for 'suicide' remark
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Neil Hamilton apology for Brexit 'suicide' remark

The leader of UKIP in the Welsh Assembly has apologised for a remark allegedly directed at a Labour AM after she said the triggering of Article 50 was a "sad day".

AMs reported that Mr Hamilton had said "suicide is an option" while Eluned Morgan spoke in the Senedd.

Presiding Officer Elin Jones repeatedly asked Mr Hamilton to say sorry for the remark.

He said that in deference to Ms Jones he would "apologise for whatever remark I am supposed to have made".

  • 29 Mar 2017