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UKIP leadership favourite Steven Woolfe is in a serious condition after being punched in EU Parliament

Steven Woolfe, the overwhelming favourite to succeed Diane James as UK Independence Party leader, is in a "serious condition" after reportedly being punched in the head during a meeting with UKIP MEPs.  Woolfe, the party's Manchester-born migration spokesperson, collapsed after a meeting with fellow UKIP MEPs in European Parliament on Thursday. Woolfe was suddenly taken ill after being involved in an "altercation" during the meeting, according to Sky News.
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