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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 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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£1M EXTRA FOR LOCAL HOSPITALS: MATT WARMAN MP WELCOMES ADDITIONAL A&E FUNDING FOR LINCOLNSHIRE

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has welcomed the announcement of further money from the Government’s £100 million A&E fund being allocated to hospitals across the country, including the United Lincolnshire Hospital NHS Trust (ULHT). The Trust will receive £968,000, which will help our local hospitals get prepared for winter early and be properly
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Matt Warman MP: Topical Questions 09.02.2017

Matt Warman MP: Topical Questions 09.02.2017

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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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COLUMN: MP Matt Warman “I’ll keep you posted on how we get on”

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 only get to say these words once, I replied: “I’m a new Member of Parliament. “You need the other door, sir,” he said. We live in
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OVER 100 PARLIAMENTARIANS CALL ON THE CHANCELLOR TO INVEST IN BROADBAND INFRASTRUCTURE

More than 100 cross-party MPs and Peers have written an open letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne MP, urging him to continue investing in fixed and mobile broadband as part of the Spending Review and in the future. The letter was co-ordinated by the All Party Parliamentary Group for Broadband and Digital
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PRESS RELEASE: Matt Warman MP to lead Commons debate calling for a ‘not-spot summit’

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, will lead a debate on Monday 12th October in the House of Commons chamber, calling on the Government to host a ‘not-spot summit’ to look at ways to tackle the variations in the roll-out of broadband and mobile internet across the UK. Also examining how best to complete
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WATCH: Speech in the Chamber 10th September 2015

  In 2008 or 2009 it was my privilege, with my right hon. Friend the Member for Sutton Coldfield (Mr Mitchell) and Baroness Jenkin, to help co-found the Conservative Friends of International Development. One of its key aims was to encourage the Government to enshrine the 0.7% commitment in law and push the MDGs and
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WATCH: Question to the Minister (DEFRA) 10th September 2015

“Together with all of my colleagues in Lincolnshire, we have been working very closely together with this issue as the Minister will know. Will he join me in making sure we will protect, as well as the excellent Boston Barrier scheme to protect Boston, the valuable agricultural areas of Lincolnshire and that he will work
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WATCH: Question to the Minister 8th September 2015 (Justice)

“Skegness court is one of the most underused courts in the country and one the least able to cope with vulnerable prisoners. I’m not sentimental about the building but can the Minister assure me that maybe in another facility we can still dispense justice locally in Skegness?” You can watch the question and answer below. Share this onPlease
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