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My response to The New European

Why did Britain vote to leave the European Union? There can be no more important exercise in this country today than understanding that great divide. Some say it was to ‘take back control’, or ‘get our country back’, while others say people failed to understand the benefits of the EU, or worse still were lied
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Matt Warman MP: Statement on Westminster terrorist attack

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SCHOOLS UNITE AT FIRST CONSTITUENCY SCHOOLS’ CONFERENCE

  Matt Warman MP hosted the first Boston and Skegness Constituency Schools’ Conference this week at William Lovell Church of England Academy in Stickney. Speakers included the Regional Schools Commissioner Jennifer Bexon Smith, Dr Stephen Hopkins, National Leader of Governance and Councillor Patricia Bradwell, Deputy Leader of Lincolnshire County Council. Matt Warman opened the Conference
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Lincolnshire Reporter column: “A dry run for a major flood”

Just days ago, Lincolnshire faced the greatest threat the county has seen in years. A storm surge, potentially as bad as that seen in 2013 or 1953, meant that Boston and Skegness, as well as points north and south, saw the very real prospect of flooding that could endanger not only property but constituents’ lives
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Letter to BBC Director General regarding Question Time and the EDL in Boston

Letter to BBC Director General regarding Question Time and the EDL in Boston

Following allegations, Matt wrote to the Director General of the BBC, Lord Tony Hall. The full letter can be found below. Dear Tony, This Thursday, the BBC recorded Question Time in Boston. I’m always glad to see the BBC reporting from the unique constituency it is my privilege to represent in parliament, whether it’s on
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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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Triton Knoll development

Welcome news that the Secretary of State has imposed stringent conditions on any Triton Knoll development, but would be keen to hear constituents’ views on the proposals at this stage.   Share this onPlease like & share:

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MATT WARMAN CALLS FOR COUNCIL COLLABORATION TO FIX POTHOLES

Matt Warman MP yesterday questioned the Transport Minister about potholes on Lincolnshire’s roads. Lincolnshire County Council uses a new Roadmaster Velocity Patcher machine, which can fill up to 300 potholes each day, but with more work still to do Matt pushed the Government to encourage greater use of this latest technology. Matt asked Andrew Jones
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MATT WARMAN MP WELCOMES GREATER LINCOLNSHIRE DEVOLUTION DEAL

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness has welcomed the newly agreed devolution deal for Greater Lincolnshire, which was announced today in the Chancellor’s Budget. The new deal, agreed between Whitehall and all ten local authorities between the Humber and the Wash, will pass important new powers and funding from the Government to the local
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Coastal flood risk management: Matt Warman MP welcomes visit from Environment Agency’s Chief Executive

Sir James Bevan, the Environment Agency’s chief executive, visited the Lincolnshire coast last week (Friday, 5 February) to see the work being done to reduce flood risk along the east coast and across the county. East coast inundation is one of the top risks facing the county, and Sir James took the opportunity to learn
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MATT WARMAN TOURS NEW KIRTON LIBRARY HUB

MP for Boston & Skegness Matt Warman visited the new library hub in Kirton on Friday 8th January to meet with library volunteers and view the centre’s expansion plans. After Lincolnshire County Council announced plans in 2013 to reform library services, there were fears that the library service in Kirton would be discontinued. But following 2014
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