Gill confirmed Woolfe had been moved to the hospital’s neurological department and would be kept under watch by medics for another 48 hours as a precautionary measure.
He played down any escalation of the pair’s argument, saying there had not yet been any police involvement and Woolfe didn’t want there to be.
Gill added that his injured colleague was “sick of croissants, and looking forward to a full English” upon his return to Britain.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage, who returned to the helm of the party following Diane James’ resignation, has launched an internal investigation into the altercation that left Woolfe being treated for bleeding on the brain.
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