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Holiday sickness scams

I certainly agree with concerns about the apparent increase in holiday sickness claims, and I know that the Government does as well. It recognises that where payments are made based on fraudulent statements there are wider implications for tour operators, such as Thomas Cook, and the holiday industry more generally and it is committed to
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Palestinian health and dignity

I certainly appreciate concerns which have been raised about the health of many Palestinian people. There will ultimately be no relief for the people in Gaza, who are suffering so terribly, until there is a political solution. I firmly believe that the international community must redouble its efforts to support a comprehensive peace agreement that delivers
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Public sector pay

I greatly value the important work that nurses, doctors, police officers, firefighters, teachers and other public servants do in delivering essential public services. Public sector pay is set by independent pay review bodies, but I am in favour of increasing it. I would hope that the Government will respond favourably to easing pay restrictions at
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The environment

The British countryside is some of the most beautiful in the world, so I am delighted that Ministers are committed to safeguarding our vibrant natural environment. Until we leave the European Union, the existing arrangements remain in place. I am particularly pleased that the Treasury has confirmed that any structural fund projects, including agri-environment schemes,
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MATT WARMAN MP PUTS “COMPELLING CASE” FOR LINCOLNSHIRE MEDICAL SCHOOL TO THERESA MAY

MATT WARMAN MP PUTS “COMPELLING CASE” FOR LINCOLNSHIRE MEDICAL SCHOOL TO THERESA MAY

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, used this week’s Prime Minister’s Questions to put forward the case for a Lincolnshire medical school to Theresa May. Following the Health Secretary’s announcement last year of 1,500 new medical training places from September 2018, to prepare the NHS for the future, Matt has worked with Lincolnshire’s NHS
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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 BACKS BOSTON BARRIER AT PUBLIC INQUIRY

Matt Warman, Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Boston and Skegness, has supported the Boston Barrier project at its public inquiry. “This will be the biggest investment of public money in Boston’s history, delivered by a Conservative government. I was determined as an MP to ensure its safe passage, and I wanted to continue that service
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MATT WARMAN MP LEADS CROSS-PARTY CASE FOR WOAD FARM STREET LIGHTING

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has led cross-party calls for Lincolnshire County Council to reconsider their decision on street lighting in the Woad Farm area of Boston. Following a public meeting in the area in early April, Matt, along with Cllr Paul Gleeson, Cllr Martin Griggs and Cllr Sue Ransome, wrote to Cllr
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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 WELCOMES PLANS TO TACKLE LITTER ACROSS BOSTON AND SKEGNESS

Litter affects us all. It blights our local environment in Boston and Skegness and costs Boston Borough Council and East Lindsey District Council £644,000 and £893,000 respectively to clean-up. That is why the new Litter Strategy sets out plans to help to tackle this anti-social behaviour, making Boston and Skegness a more attractive area and
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