DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds taken ill at Westminster
Democratic Unionist deputy leader Nigel Dodds has been taken to hospital in London after falling ill at Westminster, according to senior party sources.
The North Belfast MP was in the party's offices at the House of Commons when the episode unfolded just before Prime Minister's questions this morning.
He was taken to a nearby hospital.
It is understood Mr Dodds (54) is undergoing a series of tests.
Mr Dodds - a former finance minister in the Northern Ireland Executive - is married to sitting DUP MEP Diane Dodds.
A Cambridge graduate, he has been a Member of Parliament for North Belfast since 2001.