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Welcome! My name is Matt Warman and it's a huge honour to be the Member of Parliament for Boston and Skegness.

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MATT WARMAN MP – “EU NATIONALS DESERVE CLARITY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE”

Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman has urged the Immigration Minister to engage with European embassies to help EU nationals access the information they need about their status in the UK after Brexit. In the Commons, Matt highlighted that around a third of his constituents in Boston have come from EU countries over recent years
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MATT WARMAN MP – “BOSTON AND SKEGNESS’S HIGH STREETS WILL BENEFIT FROM A BUDGET FOR BRITAIN”

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has welcomed measures in this year’s Budget to boost high streets and put more money in the pockets of local families. To boost high streets, the Government announced plans to cut business rates by a third for two years for retailers with a rateable value under £51,000, saving
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MATT WARMAN MP BACKS NEW LAW ON ORGAN DONATION

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has backed the Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Bill in Parliament, which will foster a wider conversation about organ donation and introduce ‘presumed consent’ in place of the current system where people must opt in.  Figures have shown that, tragically, over 400 people died last year waiting for a transplant,
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MATT WARMAN MP WELCOMES £3.4M WINTER SOCIAL CARE BOOST FOR LINCOLNSHIRE

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has welcomed the Government’s announcement of additional funding for local authorities to ease social care pressures over winter, including £3,367,950 for Lincolnshire. Earlier this month, the Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock MP, announced £240 million for the social care system over winter, giving councils a significant
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MATT WARMAN MP: NO CASE FOR A SECOND REFERENDUM

Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman has told Ministers in the Commons that a second referendum on Brexit would be an affront to democracy, arguing that constituents sent a clear message in the 2016 vote. In the Government’s latest statement to update MPs on the Brexit negotiations, Matt highlighted that his constituents “weighed up the
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Street Drinking: The Facts

Street drinking was a real issue in Boston at the 2015 election, and I pledged to work with the council, police and others to tackle it. As one of the first towns in the UK to use legislation to try and limit anti-social street drinking, there’s a Public Space Protection Order that makes it an
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MATT WARMAN MP: “TOO MANY PEOPLE TAKEN IN BY RUSSIAN PROPAGANDA”

Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman has warned in Parliament that Russia’s “soft power” has influenced too many Britons, and called on the Government to work more closely with social media companies to halt the spreading of propaganda.  In a debate about the recent incidents which occurred in Salisbury, Matt noted that the World Cup
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L-R: Ian Ansell (Sibsey Trader Mill Local Manager), Matt Warman MP, Alex Sydney (Head of Investment and Involvement, English Heritage) and Tim Cockerill (Free Sites Partnership Manager, East of England, English Heritage)

MATT WARMAN MP WELCOMES RESTORATION PLANS FOR SIBSEY TRADER MILL

The iconic Sibsey Trader Mill is to be restored by English Heritage, following a meeting with Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness.  After the meeting, making the case for urgent restoration of Sibsey’s unique windmill, Matt said, “I am relieved that English Heritage have recognised the urgent need for repair and renovation work on
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MATT WARMAN MP WELCOMES £9 BILLION BROADBAND BOOST FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has welcomed new research showing that superfast broadband has boosted the turnover of local businesses across the UK by £9 billion. This boost to the UK economy has created 49,000 jobs, showing the clear benefits that superfast broadband provides. Nationwide superfast broadband coverage has now reached 95.39% due
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“JUST GET ON WITH BREXIT” – MATT WARMAN MP URGES PM AND EU TO MAKE PROGRESS

The Prime Minister has promised quicker progress towards Brexit, responding to a question from Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness. Matt urged the Government and the EU to make progress on striking a deal, following the Cabinet’s Chequers agreement for Britain’s new relationship with the EU. In the Prime Minister’s statement on Leaving the
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ULHT CQC report – July 2018

Matt’s statement on the latest ULHT CQC report “The latest Care Quality Commission report sees ULHT officially move from a rating of inadequate to requires improvement. That’s huge progress made by staff and by management in a short time, and I congratulate all involved. But the report also reveals that the standards inspectors saw earlier
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