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Viscount Hailsham

Viscount Hailsham is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.

The second Viscount, Quintin Hogg, disclaimed his peerage under the Peerage Act to sit in the House of Commons, but by the time he had died, hereditary peers were no longer automatically eligible to sit in the House of Lords, so his son, Douglas Hogg, did not need to do so to remain an MP.

==Viscounts Hailsham (1929)