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Bob Seely is a Conservative MP, and on the vast majority of issues votes the same way as other Conservative MPs.
This is a selection of Bob Seely’s votes.
Last updated: 7 Jan 2020. Please share these votes responsibly.
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I have spoken at length in this Chamber before about the prospects of an Island deal on the Isle of Wight, and I was delighted when on 25 September last year the Prime Minister spoke of the Island deal that we will do. I would like to come to that, but first I want to come to the crux of the Bill. I very much welcome the Bill. I feel a little guilty about barracking Ministers earlier today...
Why is it argued that we can limit Huawei to the periphery of the network, when Australia and the United States do not agree and when the head of Australia’s cyber-agency says that “the distinction between core and edge collapses in 5G,” and that “a…threat anywhere in the network” is a threat everywhere? Why is it said that the risks are manageable, when our allies say not? Why...
I congratulate the Government on an excellent start—it is great to see the Leader of the House and the Chief Whip. The reason I am trying to sound ingratiating is that I have a question of caution about 5G, and on Chinese hi-tech involvement in our critical national infrastructure and Huawei. Despite very considerable public debate outside the House, there has been almost no parliamentary...
Conservative MP for Isle of Wight
Entered the House of Commons on 9 June 2017 — General election
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Last updated: 5 Nov 2019.