Robert Neill is MP for Bromley and Chislehurst

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Robert Neill is MP for Bromley and Chislehurst and a member of the Conservative party.

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✅ Well done if you recognised this as BROMLEY SOUTH. The station is remarkably unchanged, but a little less misty.

📸 Kent Rail

Today we were pleased to invite members of @CommonsJustice to the SFO.

We shared insight into how we investigate and prosecute in order to fight the most serious and complex cases of fraud, bribery and corruption.

Delighted to speak with @TheCityUK this morning where I set out how our upcoming Financial Services & Markets Bill will seize our new freedoms to enhance the UK's position as a global leader in financial services.

Read my speech 👇

@neill_bob Thank you for speaking at the launch of the @BromleyArtsFest at @RipleyArtCentre which begins in earnest on 1st July, together with @MayorofBromley0 Cllr Hannah Gray and actor Zoe Tapper. It was much appreciated by all involved.

We interviewed @PeterTFortune, @LondonAssembly Member for Bexley and Bromley, in the latest Bromley Buzz podcast. Pictured here with the @BromleyArtsFest poster ahead of its start on 1st July. A very entertaining listen!
#bromleybuzz #londonassembly

Justice Committee concerned Govt has delayed response to its report on Covid & the Criminal Law due to political controversy about Downing Street parties. Delay sends damaging message to Parliament & public about value it places on parliamentary scrutiny.

Initial #census2021 results on the population by age and sex have now been published for England, Wales and Northern Ireland. 97% of households responded overshooting the @ONS target by 3%. Read our Insight:

Today, a further 10 Crown Courts will introduce a special measure which allows victims of rape to pre-record their evidence at trial.

This builds on progress we’ve made in providing support for victims of rape and driving up convictions.

Swipe to find out more 👇

Calling all local musicians!

Would you like to play at The Glades this summer? Whether you're a vocalist, guitarist, in a choir or in a band, we'd love to hear from you! 🎶🎤🎸

Please send us a message if you'd like to find out more!

@CAB_Bromley @londonlegal Excellent!
Thanks everyone who did the #LondonLegalWalk yesterday to raise funds for the amazing advice #charities in London 👏🥳🙏

Our session has started and we are examining how the draft Victims Bill could impact on the legal system. We are questioning:

- Tyrone Steele @JUSTICEhq
- Mark Fenhalls QC @thebarcouncil
- Baljit Ubhey @CPSUK
- Jan Lamping @CPSUK

📺 Watch live here:

The Police, Crime, Sentencing & Courts Act comes into force today.

👉 Swipe through the carousel to find out the key sentencing measures that will protect victims & keep the public safe.

📰 Read the full press notice:

#PCSCBill #HarpersLaw #TonysLaw

Here is a cracker of a question by @neill_bob. It’s the sort of question you ask in court when you know very well that the other side has no facts at all to support their case.

Invoking doctrine of necessity is a high bar to clear & must be evidenced. We don’t yet have that evidence before us. Departing from an international obligation is of such significance that the Govt should bring the evidence to House of Commons & put proposed departure to a vote.

In the Chamber debating the #NIProtocolBill. The application of the doctrine of necessity requires the legal test being met but also the evidential base.

We need to see that evidential base so that we can form a judgement on whether proportionality and necessity are met.

Read Sir Bob's article for @politicshome on the legality of the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill here. 👇

Important contribution from @neill_bob during today’s Northern Ireland Protocol Bill debate, where he asks @trussliz about the evidential basis upon which the government has decided the Bill meets the tests of proportionality and necessity.

Tory MP @neill_bob - who penned an op-ed last week questing the legality of the #NIProtocolBill: "The application of the doctrine of necessity requires the legal test being met but also the evidential base...Can she tell us when that will be available to the House?"

To mark today's #ArmedForcesDay, when we show our support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community, the Mayor led a flag-raising ceremony at the Civic Centre earlier this week.

Watch at

#ProudOfBromley #SaluteOurForces

Next week we will examine how the draft #VictimsBill could impact on the legal system. We will also be questioning Minister Tom Pursglove MP @VotePursglove on the Government's proposals.

🔎 Find out more about this session here:

⏰Starting in 5 MINUTES!

A fascinating panel discussing the ROLE OF THE COURTS!

Questions about the #BillOfRights & #HumanRightsAct? @joannaccherry, @neill_bob, @HelenMountfield & @marthaspurrier join @JoshuaRozenberg to discuss.

Join us now!

Following our recommendation in our report on Court and Tribunal reforms, the Government has announced that it will pilot the expansion of HMCTS’s free call-back service.

📃 You can read the Minister’s letter to us here:

🚨The second day of the STATE OF THE CONSTITUTION conference starts at 9am!!

Join us today for a fantastic series of panels on




An apposite day for @thebarcouncil to publish my #JusticeWeek2022 blog on the rule of law.

Given our illustrious role in forging the rule of law, we too often take it for granted. Constant investment and nurturing are required to overcome complacency.

The rule of law needs continuous investment and nurturing, says Bob Neill MP in his guest blog for the Bar Council as part of #JusticeWeek2022 @neill_bob

.@neill_bob says it’s vital that, with the Social Housing (Regulation) Bill having been introduced, #localgov brings its expertise to bear in the forthcoming discussions – with 3 areas key to the conversation.

The rule of law needs continuous investment and nurturing, says Bob Neill MP in his guest blog for the Bar Council as part of #JusticeWeek2022 @neill_bob

Introducing the NI Protocol Bill does not itself breach international law, but it's politically very risky, while the exceptionally wide powers included are hard to justify. The Govt has a lot of important questions to answer.
My article for @TheHouseMag👇

Parliamentary reception with @thebarcouncil & @CILEXLawyers for #JusticeWeek2022 discussing the value of legal services to the UK economy, importance of access to justice, diversity in the professions.
Thanks to Lord Hunt for hosting & the Lord Chancellor & @neill_bob for joining

🙅‍♂️ Tory MP Sir Bob Neill (@neill_bob), chair of the justice select committee, said the government's legal defence for unilaterally overriding the Northern Ireland Protocol was highly dubious

At 2.30pm this afternoon we will continue our scrutiny of the draft Victims Bill. We will be examining the proposed duty on PCCs, local authorities and NHS Integrated Care Boards to collaborate on providing support to victims.

🔎 Find out more here:

Great engagement at our #JusticeWeek2022 event in parliament talking about: the value of legal services to the UK economy; importance of access to justice; diversity in the professions. Thanks to Lord Hunt for hosting and @DominicRaab & @neill_bob for joining us

'We can't conduct effective, timely investigations by remote control in The Hague.'

International Criminal Court prosecutor Karim A. A. Khan QC speaks to @JoshuaRozenberg about the efforts and challenges facing investigators on the ground in Ukraine.

"The Northern Ireland Protocol sought to reconcile difficult and sensitive post-Brexit issues... Unfortunately, it has failed in those objectives."

✍ @neill_bob

Sir Bob Neill MP, Chair of @CommonsJustice, was among the speakers at a parliamentary reception today launching #JusticeWeek2022. The Bar Council has teamed up with @TheLawSociety and @CILEXLawyers in a bid to improve access to justice.

Sir Bob Neill becomes one of the first Tory MPs to publicly criticise the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill

He writes in @TheHouseMag that it is legally dubious and politically risky

Here's why he has a hard time buying government's "necessity" argument

As followers will know, the Building Safety Act is now law - a few members of @39EssexChambers came together to discuss the subject:

Thank you all for making our 10th anniversary the best ever Chislehurst Rocks
You braved the rain and you danced, you rocked and you sang. We could not have asked for a better crowd and you made all the hard work worth while.:Thank you for coming & see you in 2023

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