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A SENIOR Sky TV reporter has been demoted over an alleged Christmas party punch-up.

The channel's Europe correspondent, Colin Brazier, has been called back from his Belgian base after an incident outside a Brussels restaurant on the staff Christmas night out.

The victim of the alleged attack was Brazier's producer, Julian Morrison, who is said to have a broken nose and damaged teeth.

He did not press charges and was treated for his injuries in hospital.

Bosses at Sky News summoned Brazier back to London for a disciplinary hearing and he is now working in London as a news correspondent.

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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Dec 19, 2004
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