UKIP MEPs may have murdered prospective future leader

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    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-37572377

    Posted without comment.
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    It seems a bit soon to be talking about murder when we don't even know if he's dead yet

    More appropriate would be 'UKIP MEPs may have injured prospective future leader'
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    literally where are you getting that assumption from? the article literally says nothing about UKIP MEPs being even suspected of such a thing - I could equally claim "bill clinton may have poisoned hillary after she left the DNC coughing and choking in his arms"
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    (Original post by Fenice)
    It seems a bit soon to be talking about murder when we don't even know if he's dead yet

    More appropriate would be 'UKIP MEPs may have injured prospective future leader'
    They (or one of them) has without doubt injured him. They (or one of them) may have murdered him.
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    (Original post by Observatory)
    They (or one of them) has without doubt injured him.
    You must be getting information from places other than the link you provided

    They (or one of them) may have murdered him.
    Equally they may have fixed the bend in his long-broken nose
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    (Original post by Fenice)
    You must be getting information from places other than the link you provided



    Equally they may have fixed the bend in his long-broken nose
    The article says that there was a fight and that Woolfe was subsequently taken to hospital in a serious condition.
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    more details here:

    http://metro.co.uk/2016/10/06/ukip-l...ament-6175325/

    these head injuries can be life-changing.*
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    From what I can gather he was punched several times by a UKIP MEP and collapsed sometime later. He has a potential brain haemorrhage.
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    Pictures at Gudio: http://order-order.com/2016/10/06/pi...e-altercation/

    This man is in serious trouble.
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    What a mess UKIP is.
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    Neil Hamilton, the leader of the Ukip group in the Welsh assembly, is on the BBC News now. He says he has been told Steven Woolfe “picked a fight with someone and came off worse” at the meeting of Ukip MEPs in Strasbourg. Hamilton says he told this by someone who was there. Woolfe was knocked over and hit his head on a window, Hamilton says.
    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...-politics-live
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    What amateurs.. and you wonder why you i view you as nothing more than something in the Tories way.
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    He's reportedly regained consciousness. Hopefully he will recover.
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    He's recovering.

    Poor chap was only on Question Time last week.

    Hope he gets well soon.
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    Ukip member launches nuclear strike on other ukip member
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    Lol that's what he gets for starting it
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    Laid low by Mr Hookham (not joking), a UKIP MEP.

    Welcome to the real nasty party.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    What amateurs.. and you wonder why you i view you as nothing more than something in the Tories way.
    They are fascists. It's thuggish, fascist behaviour - the sort of thing that happened in the Nazi party regularly.
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    Not great news by any measure.

    On the other hand, Nigel Farage joked yesterday that UKIP without a leader is more electable than Labour with one.

    The sad thing for Her Majesty's Official Opposition is that it is true!
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    They are fascists. It's thuggish, fascist behaviour - the sort of thing that happened in the Nazi party regularly.
    And Momentum today......
 
 
 
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