SCOTTISH MP Eric Joyce has been suspended by Labour, and his constituents have called for him to stand down, after he allegedly head-butted a Conservative politician in a House of Commons bar.
Police arrested the Falkirk MP after the brawl, in which it is claimed Stuart Andrew, the member for Pudsey, was left covered in blood.
Mr Joyce, an ex-Army major, is alleged to have assaulted Mr Andrew following a row in which he complained the bar was "full of Tories" shortly before 11pm on Wednesday. In the ensuing scuffle it is thought another Conservative MP was shoved and a Labour whip was hit when he intervened.
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