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Conservative MP for Bromley and Chislehurst and chair of the Justice Committee
With me as chair, the Justice Committee would continue to hold decision makers to account, and encourage informed public debate, writes Bob Neill MP
Our courts system helps to protect our fundamental rights, we have a duty to ensure it is properly resourced and the people working in it are better supported, writes Sir Bob Neill.
Now Parliament wasn’t prorogued, the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill should be passed without delay, writes Bob Neill MP
Bob Neill MP writes on the concept of ‘fairness’ in relation to HMRC attempting to retrospectively claim income tax from contractors paid via non-taxable loans.
Chair of Parliament’s Justice Committee Bob Neill MP writes: "Michael Gove's ability to adapt to whichever job he is tasked with and, crucially, then to deliver on it, is a major strength, and one we need now in solving that most complex of conundrums – Brexit".
Chair of Parliament’s Justice Committee Bob Neill MP warns colleagues that leaving the EU without a deal "risks undermining one of this country’s key exports – the legal services sector – but could also weaken our ability to protect the public and fight terrorism and other serious crime".
The Justice Select Committee Chair Bob Neill hopes the report into HMP Birmingham provides the wake-up call the UK prison system so desperately needs.
Chair of the Justice Select Committee, Bob Neill MP, writes about the Justice Committee's recent report on the disclosure of evidence in criminal cases.
Irrespective of your political view, our justice system will require significant ongoing alignment to the corresponding EU arrangements post-Brexit, writes Bob Neill
The recurring themes of failure across our prison system must no longer be tolerated, writes Bob Neill
It’s no good banging on about ‘taking back control’ if you only follow that up in word, not deed, says Bob Neill MP.
Ignoring the sacrosanctity of parliamentary sovereignty and judicial independence has had repercussions in Britain before warns Bob Neill MP.
Conservative MP Bob Neill calls for Transport Secretary Chris Grayling to resign, accusing him of "political chicanery" over his opposition to devolving metro rail services to Transport for London.
The Justice Committee Chair writes that plans to expand Heathrow announced this week are 'a perfect recipe for judicial review'.
Justice Select Committee Chair and Remain campaigner, Bob Neill MP, writes in support of Michael Gove's bid to become Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister.
Secretary of the APPG for Gibraltar, Bob Neill MP, writes that the referendum will be critical for Gibraltar, the only UK overseas territory which shares a land border with mainland Europe.
Co-Chair of the APPG for London, Bob Neill MP, writes ahead of a Commons debate today, that levels of funding for education in London must be maintained, as the Department for Education consults over a new National Funding Formula for schools.