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>> Well, it's been an extraordinary week.>> He said at himself, UKIP leader Nigel Farage speaking to journalists after a fight broke out at a meeting about the party's future landing Steven Woolfe in hospital. One of the candidates to be the new leader of the anti-EU UK Independence Party.
After Diane James resigned, after just 18 days in the job. Putting Mr. Farage, who walked after Brexit, back in the hot seat.>> For somebody that had walked away from the leadership, and now finds himself back in the middle of all of this it's not exactly where I wanna be.
It's not exactly where UKIP need to be. Yeah, look, come on, it isn't very grown up, is it? What's happened is not good.>> But what exactly did happen? Farage has called it a dispute that turned physical, and described it as unseemly behavior between two grown men. Woolfe was briefly left unconscious.
The fight broke out as UKIP members of the European Parliament in Strasbourg tried to clear the air amid a factional in-fighting. Which has grown since Britains voted to leave the EU in June. People were were angry in party when Woolfe said he would stand as a leadership candidate, but also admitted he considered defecting to join the ruling Conservatives.
Added to the list of finding a new leader, UKIP say they've launched an inquiry into what happened.