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Eric Douglas Harvey Hoyle, Baron Hoyle, known as Doug Hoyle (born 17 February 1930) is a British Labour politician and former member of parliament for Nelson and Colne and Warrington North.

He narrowly lost his seat at the 1979 General Election, but returned to Parliament in 1981 when he saw off a strong challenge from Roy Jenkins in a normally safe Labour seat, in a notable by-election in Warrington when enthusiasm for the newly-created SDP was at its peak. Constituency boundaries were redrawn for the 1983 general election.

On 14 May 1997 he was made a life peer as Baron Hoyle, of Warrington, in the County of Cheshire. [1]

He is the current chairman of Warrington Wolves rugby league club and a non executive director of the major local employer Debt Free Direct. [2]

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Hoyle's son Lindsay Hoyle is the Labour Member of Parliament for Chorley.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
David Waddington
Member of Parliament for Nelson and Colne
October 19741979
Succeeded by
John Lee
Preceded by
Sir William Thomas Williams
Member of Parliament for Warrington
1981 – 1983
Constituency abolished
New constituency Member of Parliament for Warrington North
19831997
Succeeded by
Helen Jones
Political offices
Preceded by
David Blunkett
Chair of The Labour Party
1994 – 1995
Succeeded by
Diana Jeuda
Political offices
Preceded by
Stanley Orme
Chair of the Parliamentary Labour Party
1992 – 1997
Succeeded by
Clive Soley
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