Warren Hawksley

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Philip Warren Hawksley (born 10 March 1943), known as Warren Hawksley, is a British Conservative politician.


Educated at Denstone College, Hawksley contested Wolverhampton North East in February and October 1974, but was beaten by Labour's Renee Short both times.[citation needed]

He was Member of Parliament (MP) for The Wrekin from 1979 until he lost the seat to the Labour candidate in 1987. He was then MP for Halesowen and Stourbridge from 1992 until 1997, when the seat was abolished.

He stood for the new seat of Stourbridge that year, but lost to Labour's Debra Shipley and has not re-entered the House of Commons since then. During his time as an MP he attempted to re-introduce judicial corporal punishment for young male offenders.[citation needed]


  • "Times Guide to the House of Commons", Times Newspapers Limited, 1997 edition.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Gerald Fowler
Member of Parliament for The Wrekin
Succeeded by
Bruce Grocott
Preceded by
Sir John Stokes
Member of Parliament for Halesowen and Stourbridge
Constituency abolished
(see Halesowen & Rowley Regis and Stourbridge)