Matt Warman

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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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Please join me in Supporting the Boston Barrier

Boston’s flood barrier will deliver protection for over 14,000 homes against flood events that are likely only every 300 years, and pave the way for economic growth and future water level management. I was delighted to visit the site of the barrier recently with Chief Executive of the Environment Agency Sir James Bevan. The EA
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Carlton Road


Matt Warman MP has written to Boston Borough Council’s Licensing Committee to urge it to reject yet another alcohol licence for the town.In his letter, regarding the application relating to 100 Carlton Road he states: “I put it to you that another retailer selling alcohol in an area of Boston which already sees street drinking
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Conservatives’ Help to Buy has helped 144 people buy a new home in Boston and Skegness

  Matt Warman has welcomed new figures showing that Help to Buy has helped 144 people to buy their own home in Boston and Skegness.   Help to Buy was introduced by the Conservatives to help working people, doing the right thing and saving for a deposit, to achieve their aspiration of buying their own
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A European Dilemma

Over the many months of election campaigning, I spent a lot of time knocking on doors, addressing public meetings and at hustings, and three issues outweighed almost all others: roads, the NHS and Europe.  From this, I drew the following conclusions:  First, while we have unique local challenges on all those issues and on others, Boston and Skegness is also facing
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I’ll keep you posted

“Why are you here today, sir?,” asked the security guard at the entrance to the new bit of the House of Commons, called Portcullis House. Conscious that I would I only get to say these words once, I replied “I’m a new member of parliament.” “You need the other door, sir.” We live in an
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