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Last refreshed at 12:25 28 September 2005
Veteran Work government official Tony Benn will remain in clinic for at minimum the next 24 hours, healing facility authorities said today.
Mr Benn, 80, previous Bureau minister, was being checked by a advisor at the Illustrious Sussex Province Healing center in Brighton.
The previous Chesterfield MP crumpled what’s more, knock his head at the yearly Work Party Gathering recently minutes after Prime Serve Tony Blair had wrapped up his address.
He had been observing the discourse on a TV at the Hilton Metropole Lodging in the city after a occupied week in which he took part in an anti-war walk through London on Saturday, what’s more, lined for more than an hour for his meeting security pass.
It is caught on that Mr Benn, who was conveyed out of the inn by paramedics on a stretcher wearing an oxygen veil to an anticipating ambulance, is not enduring a life undermining condition.
Today a representative for the healing facility said: “Tony Benn remains in a agreeable condition what’s more, will be with us for the next 24 hours. He remains under observation. I can’t remark any further on his condition.”
Mr Benn’s son, Global Improvement Secretary Hilary Benn, who was due to address the gathering today, was at his father’s bedside last night.

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