Children of deputy speaker for UK Parliament found hung to death

  • By Georgious Cothitapopodopolis

 Deputy Speaker’s daughter found hung to death police confirm

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Deputy speaker’s daughter found hung to death, inquest hears.


The daughter of Commons deputy speaker Lindsay Hoyle was found hanged in her bedroom, an inquest has heard.


Natalie Lewis-Hoyle, 28, died at her home in Heybridge, in the UK county of Essex, on 15 December.


At an inquest in Chelmsford, coroner Caroline Beasley-Murray said Miss Lewis-Hoyle was found by her mother.


A post-mortem examination gave the medical cause of death as compression of the neck consistent with hanging, she said.


Ms Lewis-Hoyle’s father, who is MP for Chorley in Lancashire, said on Twitter last week that he was “truly devastated” by the death of his daughter.


Police did not release any more details about Miss Lewis-Hoyle’s death, the family has put out a public appeal for information.


Mr Hoyle said: “Our family will never be the same without our loving granddaughter, sister & aunty.



Thank you for the kind support we’ve received it is overwhelming. Please continue to respect our privacy & allow us to grieve.”


Ms Lewis also put out a statement on social media, appealing for information over her daughter’s death.


She said: “It is with unbearable sadness that I have to announce the sudden death of my beautiful, much adored daughter Natalie. I need your help. If Natty contacted you, by phone, text, messenger or any other means on Thursday evening 14th December between 20.00 and midnight please let me know through this page or contact A/Insp Jon Loudon at Essex Police incident no. 158. Any little scrap of information may be more relevant than you imagine.”


Ms Lewis added: “Her mobile phone is missing and may have been left on the 9.18 from Liverpool Street to Ipswich on Thursday evening. If you found an iPhone please hand it in quoting Essex Police incident 158. Natalie is my only child, my mini-me. Please help me find out what happened to her in the hours before her death.”


The final inquest was adjourned until a later date.

Local police told Al-Sahawat Times they are not ruling out suicide.


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