PUP Leader Billy Hutchinson Breaks Hip In Fall

Belfast City Councillor Billy Hutchinson has broken his hip.

The PUP leader is in hospital and is currently waiting for an operation to be carried out.

PUP Councillor Julie-Anne Corr-Johnstone said he had a "pretty nasty fall".
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She wrote on Twitter: "Much to his frustration he will be out of action for a while however @cllrjohnkyle & I will endeavour to pick up in his absence. Wishing Billy a speedy recovery."


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