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Stuart Andrew MP has said he "doesn't hold any grudges" towards Eric Joyce MP who headbutted him in a Commons bar brawl.
Joyce was convicted for four charges of assault and was fined £300.
Eric Joyce faces expulsion from Labour after the party launched an internal disciplinary investigation.
A Scottish Labour Party spokesman said: "Eric Joyce was immediately suspended from the party.
"He remains suspended following the completion of the legal process and the Labour Party's disciplinary process will now take place."
A senior source in the national party said: "This is a process that will lead to his expulsion from the party."
Labour MP Eric Joyce has apologised for his behaviour following an assault during a pub brawl. Mr Joyce said that he wanted to apologise directly to those all those involved for his actions.
Speaking outside court, Joyce apologised for his behaviour and said he was lucky to avoid prison, but said he did not intend to stand down as an MP before the next election.
Eric Joyce was given a 12 month community order - banning him from entering pubs and licensed premises for three months - and imposed with a curfew order from Friday to Sunday.
MP Eric Joyce avoided a jail term for his Commons bar brawl as he was fined £3,000 and ordered to pay £1,400 to victims at Westminster Magistrates' Court.
Drunken MP Eric Joyce is reported to have verbally abused his arresting officers. When several officers attempted to restrain him he called them "c****" after warning "You can't touch me, I'm an MP"
His lawyer Jeremy Dein QC said Joyce wanted to express his "shame and embarrassment" over the events. He said:
"He is unreservedly apologetic for what occurred on the night in question,"
According to prosecutor Zoe Martin a "hammered" Eric Joyce MP shouted abuse at police during his arrest. He yelled:
"You can't touch me, I'm an MP"
Police had to restrain him after he lashed out and attacked four politicians in a bar inside the Palace of Westminster.
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The MP Eric Joyce has been fined £3000 but avoided jail after pleading guilty to an assault on four politicians in a parliamentary bar.
Labour MP Eric Joyce pleaded guilty to four charges of assault following his arrest in a bar fight inside the Palace of Westminster.