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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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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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Heart disease

I understand that many people suffer from cardiovascular diseases such as Coronary Heart Disease, atrial fibrillation and strokes. A combination of all three contributed to my own father’s death, and as a doctor my wife sees the ongoing consequences of such conditions almost every day. I would like to take this opportunity to pay tribute
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Local businesses join Matt Warman MP at Downing Street reception

Local business representatives from Boston and Skegness met the Chancellor at Number 11 Downing Street, at a reception where Matt Warman MP provided them with a chance to put their views directly to George Osborne ahead of the forthcoming Budget. The reception on Monday 11th January, attended by a range of businesses chosen by selected
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Matt Warman calls on justice secretary to bring in tougher drink-driving sentencing for all

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has urged the Justice Secretary Michael Gove MP to tighten the sentencing regime for drink-driving, and to equally tackle offences committed by those of all nationalities. At a meeting with the Justice Secretary and Andrew Selous MP, the Justice Minister responsible for sentencing, 22 cross-party MPs shared their
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MATT WARMAN TOURS NEW KIRTON LIBRARY HUB

MP for Boston & Skegness Matt Warman visited the new library hub in Kirton on Friday 8th January to meet with library volunteers and view the centre’s expansion plans. After Lincolnshire County Council announced plans in 2013 to reform library services, there were fears that the library service in Kirton would be discontinued. But following 2014
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CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER SUPPORTS LINCOLNSHIRE FUNDRAISER

Chancellor George Osborne joined more than 500 Conservatives from across Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire at a fundraiser last night to support the work of Matt Warman, Member of Parliament for Boston and Skegness. The function, held on 7th January at Newark Showground, saw MPs from across the East Midlands, including Lincolnshire’s John Hayes, Stephen Phillips and
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MATT WARMAN MP CALLS FOR FARMLAND FLOOD PROTECTIONS

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, yesterday called for the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Elizabeth Truss MP, to consider the value of farmland as well as homes when protecting against floods. In the Chamber, Matt said “It is of course right that we protect homes above farmland. But can
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MATT WARMAN MP CALLS ON WEB COMPANIES TO HELP STOP TERRORISTS PLOTTING ONLINE

In a statement during the first session of the new year, the House of Commons discussed counter-terrorism. Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, called for internet companies to ensure there is no safe space online for terrorists. Matt currently sits on the Joint Committee on the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill, which is scrutinising proposed
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Boston Standard Column: Looking forward to a happy, healthy and prosperous 2016

I’ve had a look back at 2015 and I look forward to speaking with as many as possible in a happy, healthy and prosperous 2016. Perhaps the best moment of my 2015 in Boston came not, as many might expect, on the night of the election. Inspiring, daunting and exciting as that win was, I’d say
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