Lindsay Hoyle (Politician) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Lindsay Hoyle Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Lindsay Hoyle is a British politician who has served as Speaker of the House of Commons since 2019 and as Member of Parliament (MP) for Chorley since 1997. Before his election as Speaker, he was a member of the Labour Party.

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Lindsay Hoyle Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 10 June 1957
Birth Day 10 June
Birth Years 1957
Age 64 years old
Birth Place Adlington, Lancashire, England
Birth City Lancashire
Birth Country United Kingdom
Nationality British
Famous As Politician
Also Known for Politician
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Occupation Politician

Famously known by the Family name Sir Lindsay Harvey Hoyle, is a great Politician. He was born on 10 June 1957, in Adlington, Lancashire, England. Lancashire is a beautiful and populous city located in Adlington, Lancashire, England United Kingdom.

Lindsay Hoyle Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

The son of former Labour MP Doug Hoyle (born 1930) and Pauline Spencer (died 1991), Hoyle was born and raised in Adlington, Lancashire. He went to Anderton County Primary School in Adlington and Lord’s College in Bolton. Prior to being elected as an MP, he ran his own textile and screen printing business.

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Sir Lindsay Harvey Hoyle Net Worth

Sir Lindsay Harvey Hoyle has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Politician. Popularly known as the Politician of United Kingdom. He is seen as one of the most successful Politician of all times. Sir Lindsay Harvey Hoyle Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful British Politician.

Lindsay entered the career as Politician In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Lindsay Hoyle Personal Life, Relationships and Dating

Hoyle lives in Adlington, Lancashire. As Speaker of the House of Commons he has an official residence at Speaker’s House, at the northeast corner of the Palace of Westminster, which is used for official functions and meetings and which has private accommodation in a four-bedroom apartment upstairs.

Hoyle has been married twice and has had two daughters. He was married from 1974 to Lynda Anne Fowler; they divorced in 1982. In June 1993, Hoyle married Catherine Swindley, who succeeded him as the Labour Councillor for Adlington in May 1998. He has also employed his wife as his part-time constituency secretary. Hoyle’s elder daughter, Emma, used to work at his constituency office, in which capacity she represented him at Chorley Borough Council.

Hoyle and Conservative Maldon District Councillor Miriam Lewis also had a daughter, Natalie Lewis-Hoyle, who was found hanged in her bedroom, in December 2017, at the age of 28. Hoyle said he was “truly devastated” by her death. An inquest subsequently returned an open verdict as to the cause of death.

Lindsay Hoyle’s official Twitter account

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Life Story & Timeline

2019

As a Labour MP, Hoyle served as Chairman of Ways and Means and Deputy Speaker to John Bercow from 2010 to 2019, before being elected as Speaker on 4 November 2019. Hoyle was unanimously re-elected as Speaker five days after the 2019 general election on 17 December.

On 4 November 2019, Hoyle entered the election for Speaker to replace John Bercow. In the days leading up to the election, Hoyle was consistently seen by the media as the front runner. Hoyle maintained a substantial lead in the first, second, and third ballots of the election, but without reaching the 50% required to win.

In his acceptance speech, Hoyle stated that “this House will change, but it will change for the better”, and stated that he would be a “transparent” Speaker, also pledging to take the welfare of House of Commons staff seriously. He was unanimously confirmed as Speaker after the 2019 election.

Hoyle revealed that, shortly before the 2019 General Election, he had been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.

2018

Hoyle was created a Knight Bachelor in the 2018 New Year Honours.

2017

In February 2017, Hoyle told off SNP MPs for singing the European Anthem during the vote for the Brexit Bill in the House of Commons, stating that he does not want parliament to turn into a sing-off. The same night, he had a clash with former Scottish First Minister, Alex Salmond, in a heated exchange over whether he had cut off an SNP MP while speaking.

In March 2017, Hoyle called on social media companies to take swifter action to crack down on offensive posts, arguing it deters Jewish and Muslim women from becoming MPs.

Hoyle was in the Speaker’s Chair during the terrorist attack in Westminster on 22 March 2017, and the subsequent suspension and lockdown of the Commons. Hoyle was appointed a Knight Bachelor in the 2018 New Year Honours for parliamentary and political services.

Hoyle and Conservative Maldon District Councillor Miriam Lewis also had a daughter, Natalie Lewis-Hoyle, who died suddenly in December 2017 at the age of 28.

2016

Hoyle clashed with then Prime Minister Tony Blair over issues such as Gibraltar and tuition fees. Regarding those clashes, Hoyle would say “I’m not anti-Tony; he made us electable and won three times. But there are principles and promises you don’t break”. Hoyle is one of the few MPs who refused to say whether they voted Leave or Remain in the 2016 referendum.

2013

On 20 March 2013, Hoyle won wide public acclaim for his handling of the Budget proceedings, which were frequently interrupted by jeering MPs.

From his father’s ennoblement in 1997 he was entitled to the style of The Honourable. He gained the style of The Right Honourable when sworn into the Privy Council on 12 February 2013.

2010

Hoyle was elected Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons and Chairman of Ways and Means on 8 June 2010, the first time this appointment had been made by ballot of MPs, rather than by nomination of the Leader of the House. He was appointed to the Privy Council in January 2013.

1998

Hoyle served as a member of the Trade and Industry Committee (later the Business Committee) from 1998 to 2010 and as a member of the European Scrutiny Committee from 2005 to 2010. He is currently the President of the All-Party British Gibraltar Group in Parliament (of which his father is the Treasurer) and a Vice Chair of the All-Party British Virgin Islands Group.

1997

In the days after the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, in August 1997, Hoyle asked for a new national children’s hospital to be built as a memorial to her. A few days later, Hoyle wrote to airport operator BAA, operators of London Heathrow Airport, urging them to change the airport’s name to Diana, Princess of Wales Airport. Neither proposal was carried out.

1996

In February 1996, Hoyle was chosen to stand as the Labour candidate for the Chorley constituency at the 1997 general election. He won the election with a majority of 9,870, becoming the first Labour MP for Chorley in eighteen years.

1980

In the 1980 United Kingdom local elections, Hoyle was elected as the Labour Chorley Borough Councillor for the Adlington ward, defeating the sitting Conservative. He was re-elected four times, and served as Deputy Leader from 1994 to 1997. After being elected as an MP, he ended his time on the Council as the annual Mayor before stepping down at the local election in 1998.

1974

Hoyle has been married twice and has had two daughters. He was married from 1974 to Lynda Anne Fowler; they divorced in 1982. In June 1993, Hoyle married Catherine Swindley, who succeeded him as the Labour Councillor for Adlington in May 1998. He has also employed his wife as his part-time constituency secretary. Hoyle’s elder daughter, Emma, used to work at his constituency office, in which capacity she represented him at Chorley Borough Council.

1957

Sir Lindsay Harvey Hoyle (born 10 June 1957) is a British politician serving as Speaker of the House of Commons since November 2019 and Member of Parliament (MP) for Chorley since 1997. Before his election as Speaker, he was a Labour Party MP.

1930

The son of former Labour MP Doug Hoyle (born 1930) and Pauline Spencer (died 1991), Hoyle was born and raised in Adlington, Lancashire. He went to Anderton County Primary School in Adlington and Lord’s College in Bolton. Prior to being elected as an MP, he ran his own textile and screen printing business.