UKIP's Roger Bird denies candidate's harassment claim
UKIP's general secretary, Roger Bird has denied claims that he sexually harassed a UKIP candidate.
Natasha Bolter, a teacher who used to campaign for the Labour Party, has told The Times that Mr Bird propositioned her over dinner on the day he interviewed her as a prospective candidate.
He has now been suspended over what the party has called "allegations of impropriety".
Norman Smith reports.
09 Dec 2014
- From the section UK Politics