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Proceeds of Crime Act

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Proceeds of Crime Act
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William Marion MP | Labour
Member of Parlament for Bootle (1997-)
Ex-Chief Crown Prosecutor for CPS North East
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The Ayes to the Right, 654.
The Noes to the Left, 0.
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Breakdown (Y/N/A):
Labour: 327/0/0
Conservative: 265/0/0
Lib Dem: 38/0/0
UUP: 6/0/0
SNP: 6/0/0
DUP: 5/0/0
Plaid: 4/0/0
Sinn Fein: 0/0/4
Speaker: 0/0/1
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Issue profile:  very low - 10 momentum available

Labour: 6.5
Passes largely under the radar other than some nice write ups in the Guardian.

Conservatives: 3.5
Again - something of a statement of whether you support the bill or not would be nice. You get some points for effective challenge on cost.

Influence Points to:
Lillian Nichols - For pioneering and championing the bill effectively.  
Steve
Acting Acting Head Av | Parliament | Prime Minister's Office | Cabinet Office | Treasury
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