Welcome! My name is Matt Warman and it's a huge honour to be the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Boston and Skegness.

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Disclaimer: I’m not currently an MP, as Parliament has been dissolved until after the General Election. All posts and photos dated 2nd May and before were posted whilst I was a sitting Member of Parliament. All posts dated between 3rd May and 8th June are posted in my capacity as the Conservative Candidate for the Boston and Skegnesss constituency in the 2017 General Election.

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MATT WARMAN MP TO HOST PUBLIC MEETINGS ON EUROPE

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, will be hosting two public meetings to hear constituents’ views on Europe and EU reform ahead of the referendum on the UK’s EU membership. All residents of the constituency are welcome to attend the meetings, which will provide them with an opportunity to hear more about the Prime
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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 MP HIGHLIGHTS FLOOD RISK FROM BADGER SETTS IN THE COMMONS

Following a visit to damaged flood defences in Wainfleet last week, Matt Warman MP raised the issue of badger setts undermining river banks in Parliament. During Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Questions, Matt asked the Secretary of State Elizabeth Truss MP for assurances that the Environment Agency’s preferred method of creating artificial setts to relocate
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Matt Warman MP brings recruitment plight of local church to Parliament

Matt Warman MP yesterday raised in Parliament the recruitment difficulties suffered by churches such as St Matthews in Skegness, which has faced a long period without a rector, and welcomed Lincoln Diocese’s efforts to tackle the problem. In the context of asking what steps the Church of England is taking to increase the representation of
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Newspaper Column February 2016

Parliament is at its most effective when it is at its least conspicuous – and by that I don’t mean shady gossip in dark corners, but rather the work in committees going line by line through proposed legislation, almost all televised and hardly ever watched. I’m currently serving on two such committees: first there’s a
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MATT WARMAN MP HOSTS FLOOD RISK MEETING IN WAINFLEET

  Matt Warman MP last Friday hosted a meeting between the Environment Agency and Wainfleet Town, Parish and District Councillors, to discuss concerns about the possible flood risk to the town posed by extensive badger setts potentially compromising the structural integrity of the bank on the River Steeping. Following an on-site review of the area,
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GOVERNMENT TO HOST ‘NOT-SPOT’ SUMMIT FOLLOWING DEBATE LED BY MATT WARMAN MP

The Government will on Wednesday host a ‘not-spot’ summit to consider ways to address variations in fixed and mobile broadband coverage across the country, following a Parliamentary debate on the issue led by Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman. In the debate last October, MPs from each of the main parties raised case studies about
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MATT WARMAN MP: CRACKDOWN ON ROADWORK DISRUPTION WILL EASE CONGESTION FOR MOTORISTS IN BOSTON AND SKEGNESS

Matt Warman MP has welcomed new proposals to crackdown on disruption caused by roadworks on local roads, with new rules being considered that would reduce disruption for families and businesses in Boston and Skegness who rely on our local roads to get around. The new rules would encourage the start of 7-day working on local
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Broken energy policies have scarred Lincolnshire, Matt Warman MP tells Parliament

Lincolnshire’s onshore wind turbines and prime fields of solar panels prove the case for energy policy reform, Matt Warman MP told Parliament this week. Speaking in the debate on the Government’s Energy Bill on Monday 18th January, Matt highlighted how a broken subsidy market has resulted in grade 1 agricultural land being used for solar
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Food waste

This issue is particularly important in our local area, where many of our farmers supply supermarkets, and I have no doubt that they would not want to see their produce go to waste. It is also welcome news that Ministers have backed several rounds of the Courtauld Commitment, a voluntary agreement to limit waste, which
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UK death penalty strategy

I  understand the concern, and can assure that the UK Government is opposed to the use of the death penalty under any circumstances as a matter of principle. It undermines human dignity, there is no evidence that it works as a deterrent and any miscarriage of justice in capital cases is irreversible and irreparable. This is
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