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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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Good financial deal for local councils means better local services and improved elderly care

Matt Warman MP has welcomed the decentralising local government financial settlement, which marks the dawn of long-term financial certainty for councils. The settlement transforms local government, making Boston Borough Council, East Lindsey District Council and Lincolnshire County Council more answerable to local people rather than central government. After listening to the needs of local councils
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MATT WARMAN MP DELIVERS FESTIVE CHEER TO POSTAL WORKERS AT ROYAL MAIL’S BOSTON AND SKEGNESS DELIVERY OFFICES

Matt Warman MP passed on Christmas greetings to postmen and women at both the Boston and Skegness Delivery Offices Christmas is Royal Mail’s busiest time of the year. Mr Warman saw the hard work and dedication of local postal workers who sort and deliver festive mail The last recommended posting dates for Christmas are: Second
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‘PROGRESSING WELL’: MATT WARMAN MP WELCOMES MINISTER’S DEVOLUTION UPDATE

Declaring in Parliament that “the people of Lincolnshire know what is best for the people of Lincolnshire”, Matt Warman MP yesterday welcomed an update from Local Government Minister James Wharton that the county’s devolution bid is progressing well. In September, organisations in Greater Lincolnshire submitted an expression of interest to the Government for ambitious plans
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Neonicotinoids and bees

Unfortunately I was unable to attend the debate on this issue , but I entirely agree that bees and other pollinators play a vital role in the security of our food supply and the quality of our natural environment. This is especially important in our local area, where much food production takes place. I welcome
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Religious freedom

I  appreciate the concerns of constituents about the recent rising tide of persecution of Christians, and indeed other religions.  I can assure you all that the Government will continue to work hard to promote freedom of religion or belief across the world. Multilateral organisations are a vital avenue for pursuing progress on what is an
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Polio

I am pleased that the UK is fully committed to the global eradication of polio. I know that the Secretary of State for International Development makes the most of opportunities to raise awareness of polio eradication efforts and, wherever appropriate, discusses polio with her international counterparts. For example, last year the Secretary of State made
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MATT WARMAN MP PRESSES ENVIRONMENT SECRETARY ABOUT BOSTON BARRIER

Matt Warman MP yesterday questioned the Environment Secretary, Elizabeth Truss MP, about plans for the forthcoming Boston Barrier. Speaking during a Commons statement about the recent flooding in the north of England, Matt highlighted the high flood risk faced by Boston and the consequences of the tidal surge which hit the town in 2013. He
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MATT WARMAN URGES COUNCIL TO REJECT ALCOHOL LICENCE

Matt Warman MP has written to Boston Borough Council’s Licensing Committee to urge it to reject yet another alcohol licence for the town.In his letter, regarding the application relating to 100 Carlton Road he states: “I put it to you that another retailer selling alcohol in an area of Boston which already sees street drinking
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Matt Warman MP petitions Parliament for fair school funding

  Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has joined all seven Lincolnshire MPs in petitioning Parliament for fair school funding. Matt presented his petition, signed by 321 residents from across the Boston and Skegness constituency, on Tuesday 1st December. It declared the existing school funding formula unfair and requested that the House of Commons
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Military action in Syria

A number of constituents have got in touch with me to share their views on whether the UK should take part in military action against ISIL in Syria. The scenes we are seeing across the Middle East are very worrying indeed and I think it is important that we keep our options open with this
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MATT WARMAN MP QUIZZED BY LOCAL STUDENTS IN PARLIAMENT

Matt Warman MP has hosted visits to Parliament for three schools in the last month, during which students questioned him about his work as Member of Parliament for Boston and Skegness. Year 11 and 13 students from Haven High Academy’s Leadership Pathways Team visited on Wednesday 25th November, followed by A Level humanities students from
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