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Division Votes
15 May 2024 - Criminal Justice Bill - View Vote Context
Bob Seely voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 268 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 171 Noes - 272
15 May 2024 - Criminal Justice Bill - View Vote Context
Bob Seely voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 272 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 167 Noes - 275
15 May 2024 - Criminal Justice Bill - View Vote Context
Bob Seely voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 260 Conservative No votes vs 1 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 17 Noes - 268
21 May 2024 - High Speed Rail (Crewe - Manchester) Bill (Instruction) (No. 3) - View Vote Context
Bob Seely voted Aye - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 222 Conservative Aye votes vs 5 Conservative No votes
Tally: Ayes - 323 Noes - 7
21 May 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Bob Seely voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 259 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 217 Noes - 268
22 May 2024 - Holocaust Memorial Bill - View Vote Context
Bob Seely voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 179 Conservative No votes vs 11 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 11 Noes - 182
22 May 2024 - Immigration and Asylum - View Vote Context
Bob Seely voted Aye - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 72 Conservative Aye votes vs 0 Conservative No votes
Tally: Ayes - 74 Noes - 49
23 May 2024 - Finance (No.2) Bill - View Vote Context
Bob Seely voted Aye - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 210 Conservative Aye votes vs 0 Conservative No votes
Tally: Ayes - 215 Noes - 19


Speeches
Bob Seely speeches from: Immigration and Asylum
Bob Seely contributed 1 speech (1,510 words)
1st reading
Wednesday 22nd May 2024 - Commons Chamber
Bob Seely speeches from: Bus Services: England
Bob Seely contributed 3 speeches (728 words)
Tuesday 21st May 2024 - Westminster Hall
Department for Transport
Bob Seely speeches from: China
Bob Seely contributed 4 speeches (3,317 words)
Wednesday 15th May 2024 - Westminster Hall
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office


Written Answers
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Integrated Care Board
Asked by: Bob Seely (Conservative - Isle of Wight)
Monday 20th May 2024

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what assessment her Department has made of the adequacy of the performance of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Integrated Care Board.

Answered by Helen Whately - Shadow Secretary of State for Transport

NHS England holds integrated care boards (ICBs) and National Health Service providers to account for delivery of national priorities and statutory functions, and oversees them via the NHS oversight framework.

The Hampshire and Isle of Wight ICB has been in receipt of nationally mandated support via NHS England's Recovery Support Programme since June 2023, which is helping to strengthen the financial performance of the system, and deliver other key commitments. NHS England has a legal duty to annually assess the performance of each ICB in each financial year and publish a summary of its findings, taking into consideration how well they are carrying out their statutory functions.

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Integrated Care System: Palliative Care
Asked by: Bob Seely (Conservative - Isle of Wight)
Monday 20th May 2024

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, how much hospice-provided palliative care was commissioned by the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Integrated Care System in the (a) 2022-23 and (b) 2023-24 financial years; and how that funding allocation was determined.

Answered by Helen Whately - Shadow Secretary of State for Transport

Integrated care boards receive a general allocation to deliver their responsibilities, including those related to palliative and end of life care. There is no separately identified allocation for hospice-provided palliative care.

Homicide: Prosecutions
Asked by: Bob Seely (Conservative - Isle of Wight)
Wednesday 22nd May 2024

Question to the Attorney General:

To ask the Attorney General, pursuant to the Answer of 20 January 2023 to Question 125287 on Rape: Prosecutions, how many (a) completed prosecutions and (b) convictions there were for murder in England and Wales in each quarter from 1 January 2005 to 30 September 2015.

Answered by Robert Courts

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) holds management information on its Case Management System showing the number of defendants allocated the Principal Offence Category of Homicide at completion of prosecution. Please note that homicide consists of a range of offences, including, among others:

  • Murder
  • Attempted murder
  • Conspiring or soliciting to commit murder
  • Manslaughter (corporate, gross negligence, unlawful act)
  • Infanticide
  • Child destruction
  • Aiding or assisting suicide
  • Causing or allowing the death of a child or vulnerable adult
  • Causing death by careless or dangerous driving
  • Manslaughter due to diminished responsibility
  • Causing death by aggravated vehicle taking

The Principal Offence Category indicates the most serious offence with which a defendant is charged.

The table below shows the number of completed prosecutions and convictions for homicide from the start of January 2005 to the end of September 2015. The data provided in the table is in financial quarters.

‘Total completed prosecutions’ refer to the conclusion of a prosecution case against a defendant such as conviction after trial, guilty plea, acquittal, or the prosecution against the defendant being dropped. ‘Convictions’ refer to convictions after trial and guilty pleas.

Quarter

04/05-Q4

05/06-Q1

05/06-Q2

05/06-Q3

05/06-Q4

06/07-Q1

06/07-Q2

06/07-Q3

Total completed prosecutions

338

267

337

335

414

274

305

317

Convictions

253

212

255

283

317

217

239

261

Quarter

06/07-Q4

07/08-Q1

07/08-Q2

07/08-Q3

07/08-Q4

08/09-Q1

08/09-Q2

08/09-Q3

Total completed prosecutions

325

296

328

347

301

344

313

378

Convictions

249

234

269

266

234

288

246

329

Quarter

08/09-Q4

09/10-Q1

09/10-Q2

09/10-Q3

09/10-Q4

10/11-Q1

10/11-Q2

10/11-Q3

Total completed prosecutions

358

266

292

312

305

241

251

276

Convictions

289

209

246

255

236

204

205

224

Quarter

10/11-Q4

11/12-Q1

11/12-Q2

11/12-Q3

11/12-Q4

12/13-Q1

12/13-Q2

12/13-Q3

Total completed prosecutions

269

208

225

245

244

253

289

283

Convictions

212

167

187

207

205

204

223

222

Quarter

12/13-Q4

13/14-Q1

13/14-Q2

13/14-Q3

13/14-Q4

14/15-Q1

14/15-Q2

Total completed prosecutions

201

259

254

236

226

263

220

Convictions

166

206

208

195

174

214

172

Quarter

14/15-Q3

14/15-Q4

15/16-Q1

15/16-Q2

Total completed prosecutions

224

195

268

259

Convictions

180

161

220

196

People Smuggling: Prosecutions
Asked by: Bob Seely (Conservative - Isle of Wight)
Wednesday 22nd May 2024

Question to the Attorney General:

To ask the Attorney General, with reference to the Answer of 20 January 2023 to Question 125287 on Rape: Prosecutions, how many (a) completed prosecutions and (b) convictions there were for people smuggling in each quarter from the start of January 2005 to the end of September 2015.

Answered by Robert Courts

The Immigration Act 1971 (the Act) sets out offences for illegal entry, illegal working, and assisting unlawful immigration into the United Kingdom.

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) holds management information showing the number of offences charged by way of section 24 (illegal entry/arrival), section 25 (assisting unlawful immigration to member State or the UK), section 25A (helping an asylum-seeker to enter the UK), and section 25B (assisting entry to the UK in breach of deportation or exclusion order) of the Act in which a prosecution commenced and reached a first hearing at a magistrates’ court.

The table attached shows the number of these offences from the start of January 2005 to the end of September 2015.

The CPS does not hold data which shows the number of defendants charged with, prosecuted, and convicted for offences created by the Act. The figures in the table relate to the number of offences and not the number of individual defendants. An individual defendant may be charged with more than one offence against the same complainant. No data is held showing the final outcome or if the charged offence was the substantive charge at completion of prosecution.



Bills
Immigration and Asylum Bill 2023-24
Private Members' Bill - Ten Minute Bill

A Bill to make provision for the annual approval by the House of Commons of maximum numbers in respect of immigration and asylum; to provide that asylum may only be granted to individuals identified as refugees by the UN Refugee Agency, other than in specified circumstances; and for connected purposes.

Commons - 20%

Solent Ferry Regulator Bill 2023-24
Private Members' Bill - Presentation Bill

A Bill to establish a regulator of ferry services operating in the Solent; to make provision about the powers and duties of that regulator; and for connected purposes.

Commons - 20%




Bob Seely mentioned

Parliamentary Debates
Speaker’s Statement
5 speeches (815 words)
Friday 24th May 2024 - Commons Chamber

Mentions:
1: Lindsay Hoyle (Spk - Chorley) careers.Bill PresentedSolent Ferry Regulator BillPresentation and First Reading (Standing Order No. 57)Bob - Link to Speech

Immigration and Asylum
5 speeches (2,950 words)
1st reading
Wednesday 22nd May 2024 - Commons Chamber

Mentions:
1: Alison Thewliss (SNP - Glasgow Central) Member for Isle of Wight (Bob Seely) has set out in his ten-minute rule motion.The issue that we have - Link to Speech
2: None Bob Seely accordingly presented the Bill. - Link to Speech

Bus Services: England
52 speeches (12,132 words)
Tuesday 21st May 2024 - Westminster Hall
Department for Transport
Mentions:
1: Bill Esterson (Lab - Sefton Central) Member for Isle of Wight (Bob Seely), only Labour will be able to deliver that.Despite the pleading of - Link to Speech
2: Guy Opperman (Con - Hexham) Friend the Member for Isle of Wight (Bob Seely) explained, this is the key thing to transform the ability - Link to Speech

China
36 speeches (13,655 words)
Wednesday 15th May 2024 - Westminster Hall
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Mentions:
1: Justin Madders (Lab - Ellesmere Port and Neston) Member for Isle of Wight (Bob Seely) on securing the debate and on his excellent, wide-ranging opening - Link to Speech
2: Neil Coyle (Lab - Bermondsey and Old Southwark) Member for Isle of Wight (Bob Seely) made at the start of the debate between the Government of China - Link to Speech
3: Mark Logan (Con - Bolton North East) Friend the Member for Isle of Wight (Bob Seely), I have not prepared a very thorough speech, but I am - Link to Speech
4: Stewart Malcolm McDonald (SNP - Glasgow South) Member for Isle of Wight (Bob Seely) on securing the debate. - Link to Speech
5: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) Member for Isle of Wight (Bob Seely) for securing it. The hon. - Link to Speech



Select Committee Documents
Friday 31st May 2024
Formal Minutes - Formal minutes Session 2022-23 (May 2022 to November 2023)

Foreign Affairs Committee

Found: Chris Bryant Liam Byrne Neil Coyle Alicia Kearns Bob Seely Henry Smith Royston Smith Graham

Friday 31st May 2024
Formal Minutes - Formal minutes Session 2023-24 (November 2023 to May 2024)

Foreign Affairs Committee

Found: Tuesday 14 November 2023 Members present1 Alicia Kearns, in the Chair Brendan O’Hara Bob Seely

Friday 31st May 2024
Formal Minutes - Formal minutes Session 2021-22 (May 2021 to April 2022)

Foreign Affairs Committee

Found: Seely Royston Smith Claudia Webbe 1.

Tuesday 28th May 2024
Written Evidence - Liverpool John Moores University
RHR0002 - The role of human rights in the UK democratic process

The role of human rights in the UK democratic process' - Human Rights (Joint Committee)

Found: month – 20 October 2020 Vol.682 Cols.951 -997, per Neil O’Brien, James Sunderland, Sir John Hayes and Bob

Tuesday 28th May 2024
Attendance statistics - Foreign Affairs Committee attendance for 2023-24

Foreign Affairs Committee

Found: of 18 (77.8%) Andrew Rosindell (Conservative, Romford) (added 2 Mar 2020) 2 of 18 (11.1%) Bob

Tuesday 14th May 2024
Oral Evidence - Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office, and Stephen Hickey

The UK’s engagement with the Middle East and North Africa - Foreign Affairs Committee

Found: Q312 Bob Seely: I want to follow up that point.

Tuesday 30th April 2024
Oral Evidence - Sir Alex Younger KCMG

The UK’s international counter-terrorism policy - Foreign Affairs Committee

Found: Q154 Bob Seely: Can we talk about the future of the Taliban?



Bill Documents
May. 15 2024
All proceedings up to 15 May 2024 at Report Stage
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Bill proceedings: Commons

Found: Not called _NC7 Sir Iain Duncan Smith Caroline Ansell Julie Marson Tim Loughton Nick Fletcher Bob

May. 15 2024
Consideration of Bill Amendments as at 15 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: 2024 10 _NC7 Sir Iain Duncan Smith Caroline Ansell Julie Marson Tim Loughton Nick Fletcher Bob

May. 14 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 14 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: May 2024 _NC7 Sir Iain Duncan Smith Caroline Ansell Julie Marson Tim Loughton Nick Fletcher Bob