Lindsay Hoyle MP has been re-elected in Chorley and has nearly doubled his majority at the General Election.
Hoyle, who has represented Chorley since 1997 increased his position from 2,593 to 4530 following the six week election campaign.
“I am so grateful to the people of Chorley for putting their faith in me. This is my fifth term and I am just as committed to ensuring that the people of my home town have a strong advocate, as when I joined the Labour movement and stood for Chorley council back in the 80s.”
“On a tough night for Labour, Chorley gave us a great result – I want to thank all of those involved from the Party but most importantly the people of Chorley”.