'Can I tell the Prime Minister that across the length and breadth of this land, people are totally disgusted by the xenophobic language on display from her Government?'
Steven Woolfe has been discharged from hospital after an altercation with a fellow Ukip MEP.
'It's the kind of thing, if we are being honest, that men do. They sit around and have a drink and they talk like this'
Mike Hookem admits an altercation with Mr Woolfe but says his colleage 'fell over his own feet'
'There was no face slapping, there was no digs, there was nothing,' insists politician
We have normalised aggression and abuse in our language – in politics and other areas of public life – to such an extent that we simply don’t even notice it any more. I'm afraid that this fight won't be last, and that Jo Cox's death won't be the last either
'If Neil Hamilton and Douglas Carswell remain in the party I will be leaving,' warns major donor
'You see third world parliaments where this sort of thing happens. It’s not good,' says Mr Farage
'I am feeling brighter, happier and smiling as ever', Ukip MEP says from hospital bed
Mr Woolfe is said to be in ‘a serious condition’ after being ‘punched’ by a colleague at meeting in Brussels
Ukip leadership candidate Steven Woolfe in a 'serious condition' after reported altercation
'At the moment I am feeling brighter, happier and smiling as ever,' MEP says
Mr Farage has returned to the party to be 'interim leader' until a new candidate is chosen
The Prime Minister ought not repeat the error of her predecessor and become so spooked by the Brexit vote that she sacrifices the jobs and prosperity of the 'ordinary working class people' she seeks to support
Stephen Woolfe could be the man to break Labour’s stranglehold on Northern constituencies that voted solidly for Brexit. There were sighs of relief among Labour MPs in Leave seats when Woolfe didn’t win the first time – heaven knows what they’re thinking now
Paul Oakden said he is sure Mr Farage would do what is in the best interest of the party