MPs: Lindsay Hoyle MP; Paul Nuttall MEP;

Chorley (House of Commons)

Rt Hon. Lindsay Hoyle MP (Labour)

Surgery: 35-39 Market Street
Chorley
Lancashire
PR7 2SW

Surgery Tel: 01257 271555

MP Since - 1997 Majority - 2,593 Born - 10/06/1957, Married (2 daughters).
Education - Anderton County Primary, Lords College, Bolton, Horwich FE, Bolton TIC (City & Guilds Construction).
Previous Occupation - Company Director - Printing Company, Founder Director (1988) and Chairman (1992-96) of Chorley Rugby League Club.
Personal Overview - Has business experience, and an apparent Rugby League interest. He has a history of involvement in his local Council, and since entering Parliament has gained membership of several Select Committees. After the death of Princess Diana he called for Heathrow to be renamed in her memory. A strong protector of local interests he has spent a considerable time promoting local industry which is largely centred around defence (aerospace (BAe), and Royal Ordnance). Elected to the role of Deputy Speaker in June 2010.

Political History - Councillor, Adlington Town Council (1980-98), Chorley Borough Council, (1980-98), Mayor (1997-98). Member for Chorley (1997-). Vice Chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party Defence Committee (1997-2001). Vice Chairman, Rugby League All Party Group. Member of the Catering Select Committee (1997-2005), and Trade & Industry Select Committee/Business Enterprise & Regulatory Reform (1998-2009), Business, Innovation and Skills Select Committee (2009-10). Member of the European Scrutiny Select Committee (2005-10). Member of the Finance & Services Committee (2010-). Chairman of Ways and Means and Deputy Speaker (2010-).

Characteristics - Appointed to the Privy Council (2013). A colourful and humorous MP who wanted Heathrow Airport to be renamed in memory of Princess Diana. His Honourable title is a consequence of his father's ennoblement in 1997 (Doug Hoyle, former Labour MP for Warrington North, elevated to the Lords just before the 1997 election and thus precluding the chance of serving in the Commons at the same time as his son). Named after Lindsay Hassett, a former Australian cricket captain (his father is a keen cricket fan and a long-serviing Chairman of the Cricket All Party Group).

Business Tel: 020 7219 3515

Email: Hoylel@parliament.uk

My blog

Interests: General Trade & Industry,Sport,Tourism & Leisure

Commitee membership
  • Finance & Services Committee (Member)
  • Armed Forces Group (Member)
  • Beef and Lamb Group (Member)
  • Cheese Group (Member)
  • Child Health and Vaccine Preventable Diseases Group (Member)
  • Cider Group (Member)
  • Lords and Commons Cricket Club (Associate Group) (Member)
  • Flags and Heraldry Group (Member)
  • Philately (Associate Group) (Member)
  • Queen's Diamond Jubilee Group (Member)
  • Rugby League Group (Vice Chairman)
  • Parliamentary Space Committee Group (Member)
  • St George's Day Group (Member)
  • Vascular Disease Group (Member)
  • Britain-Bermuda Group (Member)
  • Channel Islands Group (Member)
  • United Kingdom Falkland Islands Group (Member)
  • Gibraltar Group (Member)
  • Indo-British Group (Member)
  • Kenya Group (Member)
  • British-Liechtenstein Group (Member)
  • Malaysia Group (Member)
  • British-Montserrat Group (Member)
  • Oman Group (Member)
  • United Kingdom Overseas Territories Group (Member)
  • Pitcairn Islands Group (Member)
  • Polar Regions (Arctic and Antarctic) Group (Member)
  • Uganda Group (Member)

 

North West (European Parliament)

Mr Paul Nuttall MEP (UK Independence)

MEP Since - 2009 Born - 1977. Married.
Education - Savio High School. Hugh Baird College. North Lincolnshire College (HND Sport Science) Edge Hill University BA (Hons) History. Liverpool Hope University, MA History. City and Guilds 7307 Teaching Qualification. Certificate in Education. Liverpool Hope University, PhD History (Pending).

Previous Occupation - History Lecturer at Hugh Baird College (2002-06). Lecturer in History at Liverpool Hope University (2003-06). European Parliamentary Assistant and Political Advisor to John Whittaker MEP (2006-08).

Personal Overview - Effectively replaced former UKIP MEP John Whittaker at the 2009 European Elections who he had worked for as an assistant at the Parliament for several years. Has an academic background as a lecturer in the Merseyside area. Politically, he has achieved relatively rapid promotion within the party in recent years, becoming Party Chairman in 2008. In terms of European politics, he has gained experience through his work for John Whittaker MEP, he has also acted as a political consultant to Godfrey Bloom MEP and has been Editor of the Bulletin from Brussels Magazine. As well as opposing Britain's membership of the European Union, his political interests include campaigning against political correctness as well as campaigning to save post offices and British pubs.

Political History - Joined UKIP (2004). General Election candidate for Bootle (2005). Candidate for Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council (2006,07,08). Chairman of South Sefton UKIP Branch (2005-2006). Secretary of Young Independence (2008-). Political Consultant to Godfrey
Bloom MEP (2008-09). Chairman of UKIP (2008-). MEP North West Region (2009-). Member of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (2009-). Substitute member of the Committee on Culture and Education (2009-11).

Other Information - Member of the Executive Council of the United Commonwealth Society (2007-). Member of the Campaign Against Political Correctness (2006-). Member of the Freedom Association.
Intergroups - N/a.

Email: paul.nuttall@europarl.europa.eu

My blog

Interests: Saving Post Offices from closure,Campaigning against Political Correctness

Commitee membership
  • Environment, Public Health & Food Safety (Member)

 


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