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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 PMQ’s: “Britain is worth more than Labour’s bankrupt economy”

Matt Warman MP PMQ’s: “Britain is worth more than Labour’s bankrupt economy”

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‘A MAJOR GOVERNMENT BOOST FOR BOSTON’ AS TOWN WINS £1.39 MILLION FROM CONTROLLING MIGRATION FUND

Boston Borough Council was today awarded a £1.39 million grant from the Government’s Controlling Migration Fund, following a bid by the Council and partners, backed in Westminster by MP Matt Warman. The funding will be used to promote community cohesion, in partnership with various local charities and organisations including the Stump, through projects such as
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urged the Government to invest in research for driverless vehicles in rural areas such as Lincolnshire

urged the Government to invest in research for driverless vehicles in rural areas such as Lincolnshire

Matt Warman MP has urged the Government to invest in research for driverless vehicles in rural areas such as Lincolnshire, where they will have more impact than in larger cities. In Parliament yesterday, Matt questioned the Business Secretary Greg Clark on support available for the development of electric and driverless cars, saying, “Whether lorries or
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MINISTER CONFIRMS ENVIRONMENT AGENCY’S PROGRESS ON £100M BOSTON BARRIER

MINISTER CONFIRMS ENVIRONMENT AGENCY’S PROGRESS ON £100M BOSTON BARRIER

Environment Minister Therese Coffey MP has confirmed in the Commons that the Environment Agency is making progress in preparations for the £100 million Boston Barrier, in answer to a question from Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman.   In the session Matt said, “The £100 million Boston flood barrier is probably the biggest public investment
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MATT WARMAN MP PRAISES LOCAL PUBLIC SERVANTS IN EMERGENCY WORKERS BILL DEBATE

MATT WARMAN MP PRAISES LOCAL PUBLIC SERVANTS IN EMERGENCY WORKERS BILL DEBATE

Matt Warman MP has today praised local public service workers and volunteers for their work, and made the case for giving them further legal protections from being attacked. In the first Parliamentary debate on the Assaults on Emergency Workers (Offences) Bill, Matt highlighted a recent attack on police officers in Boston, demonstrating why new legislation
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NEXT STEPS FOR LINCOLNSHIRE POLICING – LOCAL MPS HOLD ROUNDTABLE WITH POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER

A group of Lincolnshire’s Conservative MPs have held a roundtable with the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Marc Jones, to receive an update after his first 18 months in office, and to address key issues including future funding and the changing nature of crime. Marc Jones PCC highlighted the many positive steps which have been
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Factory farming

I understand the strength of feeling about factory farming and I am committed to the highest standards of animal welfare, including on farms. The UK’s strong commitment in this area is reflected in World Animal Protection’s recent Animal Protection Index, which judged 50 countries on their policy and legislation for animals and saw the UK
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EBacc and the creative arts

I believe that every child should have access to the best opportunities in Britain, and this means having access to study the key subjects that provide the knowledge and skills young people need to succeed and leave school ready for life in modern Britain. I am very pleased that Ministers want to see 90 per
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Ministry of Defence Guard Service

While I understand concerns about the security of military bases, I am confident that base security is a priority for the Ministry of Defence (MOD). In 2013 the MOD completed a review of its civil policing and guarding needs to ensure that these were proportionate to the threats and risks faced while remaining cost effective.
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Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine State

I am appalled by the allegations of gross human rights violations against large numbers of Rohingya Muslims, including reports of the Burmese military and local militia forcing hundreds of thousands of men, women and children from their homes and villages being burnt. I am pleased that the UK response to this has been robust. Recently,
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Royal British Legion’s 2017 manifesto

I recognise the valuable contribution made by Armed Forces personnel and their families and the many sacrifices made through their service in keeping Britain safe. I also pay tribute to the Royal British Legion for their work to support our Armed Forces, and in highlighting and campaigning on matters affecting them. With regards to their
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