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UKIP frontrunner collapses after EU parliament 'altercation': Farage

A top candidate to lead Britain's anti-EU UK Independence Party (UKIP), Steven Woolfe, collapsed and was taken to hospital Thursday after an "altercation" at the European Parliament, former chief Nigel Farage said. The incident came just a day after UKIP's new leader Diane James quit unexpectedly only 18 days into her reign as Farage's successor, as the party grapples with infighting following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
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