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|Date of birth||June 24,1952|
|Office||Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom|
|Movies/Shows||The Marine 3: Homefront|
|Dead Space: Downfall|
|Charlie Cobb: Nice Night for a Hanging|
|The Man With the Power|
|Education||London School of Economics and Political Science|
|Position||Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom|
|Books||Criminal Courts Charge: Government Response to the Committee's Second Report of Session 2015-16, Second Special Report of Session 2015-16|
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Bob Neill Life story
Sir Robert James MacGillivray Neill is a British barrister and Conservative Party politician. He has served as the Member of Parliament for Bromley and Chislehurst since a by-election on 29 June 2006, following the death of the previous incumbent Eric Forth.
Boris Johnson appoints new cabinet ahead of resignation statement
... Former minister Sir Bob Neill told MPs there was a " serious question mark" over how long a " caretaker" prime minister could stay in place...
Partygate: Who are the Tory MPs calling on Boris Johnson to go?
... Sir Bob Neill Constituency: Bromley and Chislehurst Majority: 10,891 First elected: 2006 Sir Bob supported remaining in the EU in 2016 and currently chairs the Commons Justice Select Committee...
Which MPs have second jobs and how much do they earn?
... He is expected to commit 10 hours a monthRichard Fuller s (Conservative) outside earnings include £20,000 as an advisory director of an investment companyChair of the House of Commons justice committee Sir Bob Neill (Conservative) has been receiving almost £20,000 for two consultancy roles, including a law firm...
My court is only recording was made, as I have a job
... Sir Bob Neill, the Chairman of the House of Commons justice Committee, said the rise was very worrying, and it is part of an underlying problem of lack of financial education that we have ...
Supreme Court rejects government appeal on criminal records scheme
... Bob Neill MP, chair of the committee, said the disclosure system is inconsistent with the aims of the youth justice system, with mistakes made as a teenager able to follow someone around for decades, creating a barrier to rehabilitation, and preventing large numbers of people from gaining access to employment, education, and housing ...