The pressure on embattled Ukip leader Henry Bolton to stand down intensified today as a Yorkshire MEP announced his resignation from a senior party role Mike Hookem revealed that he had resigned as Assistant Deputy Leader of Ukip on Friday … Continue reading
The Ukip MEP Mike Hookem has resigned as party whip after the anti-Islam candidate Anne Marie Waters was allowed to stand for the party’s leadership. Mr Hookem, who is deputy whip in the European parliament, was incensed by the support … Continue reading
Is Mike Hookem a little ‘tired and emotional’? He was, I am told, due to give the speech being delivered by a stand-in. Mike Hookem is UKIP’s Fisheries Spokesperson, after all!
Doncaster MP Ed Miliband to stand in next election Read more at: http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/doncaster-mp-ed-miliband-to-stand-in-next-election-1-8504178 VIDEO: Lib Dems launch General Election campaign in Sheffield with vow to become ‘effective opposition’ The Liberal Democrats plan to fight a hard Brexit and challenge Labour’s … Continue reading
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UKIP releases report into Woolfe-Hookem incident The UK Independence Party has published its report into a clash between two MEPs inside the European Parliament. Steven Woolfe was taken to hospital earlier this month after he collapsed following an argument with … Continue reading
The clash at the European Parliament earlier this month between UKIP MEPs Steven Woolfe and Mike Hookem has been reported to the French police. European Parliament president Martin Schulz said he had referred the “regrettable” incident after a probe. The … Continue reading
Nigel Farage and his ‘ex-mistress’ are dragged into Ukip leadership farce over claims he regarded his successor Diane James as ‘an utter b****’ Abuse towards James contained in leaked email sent by Annabelle Fuller Fuller was once named in the … Continue reading
Steven Woolfe is coming under pressure to abandon his Ukip leadership bid following his altercation with a fellow MEP which left the front runner in hospital. Senior party figures suggested Mr Woolfe’s apparent willingness to resort to violence rendered him … Continue reading