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Welcome! My name is Matt Warman and it's a huge honour to be the Member of Parliament for Boston and Skegness.

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Matt visiting Vivarail’s model railway at Quinton Rail Technology Centre

MATT WARMAN MP CALLS FOR NEW LOCAL TRAIN ROLLING STOCK

Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman has highlighted the decrepit rolling stock in use on the train line running between Boston and Skegness during Transport Questions in the Commons. His question follows a recent visit to Vivarail, a company in Warwickshire which is refurbishing old London underground trains for use on local rail services. Matt
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WATCH: Matt Warman MP IWD Speech

WATCH: Matt Warman MP IWD Speech

  The full debate can be read here.   Full text of Matt’s speech; On around 22 June this year, I am due to become a father for the first time. While it is not yet clear whether this baby girl’s middle name would best be Europa or Brexit, she will in due course become
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MATT WARMAN MP LENDS HIS SUPPORT TO HELP THE REDSHANK

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has become one of the first MP species champion in England after lending his support to the redshank, a bird known for its brightly coloured “shanks” or legs. Iconic and threatened English species are being ‘adopted’ by MPs across England, who are acting as ‘Species Champions’ to help
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Audio-visual announcements on buses

I fully agree that all disabled people should have the same access to transport services and opportunities to travel as other members of society, and I appreciate your concerns about this issue. Audio-visual systems on buses are not currently mandatory and, for this reason, levels of provision may vary. The Public Service Vehicles Accessibility Regulations
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State Pension Age

As you may be aware, equalising State Pension Age was necessary to meet the UK’s obligations under EU law to eliminate gender inequalities in social security provision. The Pensions Act 1995 legislated for this to be done gradually after 2010. Following sharp increases in life expectancy projections, the Government had to accelerate this process in
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Child poverty measures

The Government is committed to tackling child poverty and improving children’s life chances. The existing income-based child poverty measures, introduced in the Child Poverty Act 2010, do not address the root causes of poverty and incentivise Government to focus only on the symptoms. That is why the Welfare Reform and Work Bill contains provisions to
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Employment and Support Allowance

In the Summer Budget 2015, the Chancellor announced that, from April 2017, new ESA claimants who are placed in the work-related activity group (WRAG) will receive the same rate of benefit as those claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA). This change only affects new claims made after that date and there will be no cash losers among
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EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement

This agreement does not carry the risks that some have suggested. Underlying the Agreement is the opportunity to add £1.3 billion to our economy every year, expand exports to Canada by almost a third and create thousands of new British jobs, with further benefits across the EU and Canada. CETA will tackle a range of
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FROM WAINFLEET TO WESTMINSTER – MATT HOSTS GUEST BEER IN PARLIAMENT

Matt Warman MP is this week hosting a guest beer from Wainfleet brewery Batemans in Parliament’s famous Strangers’ Bar. Batemans Gold is the most recent beer to be added to the brewery’s permanent beer portfolio, and is on sale in Parliament for the whole of the week. Matt met Batemans Marketing Director Jaclyn Bateman on
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MATT WARMAN MP WELCOMES EXTRA FUNDING FOR LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCILS

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has welcomed the revised local government settlement released yesterday, which will give additional funding for Lincolnshire councils. In a statement to the House of Commons, the Local Government Secretary the Rt Hon Greg Clark MP confirmed that the Government will run a Fair Funding Review to look into
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MATT WARMAN MP WELCOMES GP RECRUITMENT SCHEME IN LINCOLNSHIRE

Matt Warman MP has welcomed NHS Health Education England’s new Targeted Enhanced Recruitment Scheme in Lincolnshire. The new scheme will offer a one-off bursary of £20,000 to trainee GPs in Lincolnshire, committed to working in one of the training places that have been hard to recruit to for the past three years. The bursary will
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