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£3.5M GOVERNMENT BOOST FOR QUADRANT HOUSING PROJECT

A £3.5m government grant has today been awarded to Boston Borough Council to speed up delivery of the Quadrant housing project, which also includes the first phase of the Boston bypass and a new Boston United football stadium. Welcoming the announcement, Matt Warman MP said, “This boost for Boston will make sure housing and the
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Floods Minister breaks ground on Boston Barrier

On Monday 22nd January, Matt welcomed Floods Minister Dr Thérèse Coffey MP to the site of the new Boston Barrier. The barrier, which is due for completion by December 2019, will protect 14,000 homes from flooding as well as providing Boston with one of the highest standards of flood protection in the country. Matt said, “I
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MATT WARMAN WELCOMES WINTER FUNDING BOOST FOR LINCOLNSHIRE NHS

MATT WARMAN WELCOMES WINTER FUNDING BOOST FOR LINCOLNSHIRE NHS

Matt Warman MP today welcomed the Government’s multi-million pound investment in Pilgrim Hospital this winter, with United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust being granted an additional £3.89 million to help cope with winter pressures.   Pilgrim Hospital and the wider local health system has prepared earlier and more extensively than ever before for winter this year,
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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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MP urges the Government to invest in research for driverless vehicles in rural areas such as Lincolnshire

MP urges 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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‘A VICTORY FOR LINCOLNSHIRE’S CHILDREN’ – MP WELCOMES MUCH IMPROVED SCHOOLS FUNDING FORMULA

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has welcomed the Government’s new national funding formula for schools, after having called for funding to be distributed in a fairer way earlier this year. Yesterday, the Education Secretary Justine Greening MP, delivered on a pledge to replace the current, outdated formula, with one which sees resources more
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PRESS RELEASE: PRISONS MINISTER PRAISES REHABILITATION WORK OF NORTH SEA CAMP

PRESS RELEASE: PRISONS MINISTER PRAISES REHABILITATION WORK OF NORTH SEA CAMP

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, yesterday invited the Minister for Prisons to visit HMP North Sea Camp, as an example to learn from in rehabilitating offenders.   In the House of Commons chamber, Matt highlighted the joint work of Boston Borough Council and HMP North Sea Camp to rehabilitate prisoners and contribute to
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MATT WARMAN MP WELCOMES COUNCIL’S REVIEW OF STREET LIGHTING

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has welcomed Lincolnshire County Council’s announcement of a review into the area’s street lighting policy. After calls to have more lights on for longer in some areas, the Council has committed to consider the impact of the recent policy change to turn some lights off after midnight. The
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