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COLUMN: MP Matt Warman “I’ll keep you posted on how we get on”

Why are you here today, sir?” asked the security guard at the entrance to the new bit of the House of Commons, called Portcullis House. Conscious that I would only get to say these words once, I replied: “I’m a new Member of Parliament. “You need the other door, sir,” he said. We live in
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Funding for cycling

The case for cycling as the natural choice for shorter journeys is strong, and the resulting benefits are wide reaching – to the economy, to the environment, and to the health of individuals and communities. I know that the Government is committed to giving people a realistic choice to cycle, so that anyone, of any
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PRESS RELEASE: MATT WARMAN MP WELCOMES THE CHANCELLOR’S COMMITMENT TO DELIVER ECONOMIC AND NATIONAL SECURITY FOR PEOPLE IN BOSTON AND SKEGNESS

Matt Warman MP has welcomed the Chancellor’s Spending Review and Autumn Statement. It delivers on the promise the Conservative Party made to the British people that we would put their security first by:  Protecting our economic security – taking the difficult decisions to live within our means and bring our debts down. The public spending
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Paris climate change conference

Climate change is certainly one of the biggest threats, not just to the environment, but to our economic and global security. I am pleased that the UK is taking a leading role on the world stage, working towards a binding global deal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and limit climate change to manageable levels. 2015
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Water and sanitation

I certainly agree that access to clean and safe water, sanitation and hygiene are among the most basic of human needs. Providing access to clean drinking water and effective sanitation is vital for improving people’s health and will give them the opportunity to work, which in turn will drive economic growth, helping countries become self-sufficient.
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Pavement Parking Bill

Unfortunately I will be unable to attend the Second Reading of the Pavement Parking Bill on 4th December, owing to prior commitments in the constituency on that day. However, I will be paying close attention to the passage of the Bill and I hope it is successful at its Second Reading. More generally, I welcome
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Matt Warman MP: New figures show our plan to help one million more people to own a home is working in our region

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has welcomed new figures showing the increase in housing supply across the local area. In Boston there have been 110 new houses built since last year, while in the East Lindsey district there have been 490 – a total of 600 across both local authorities. The official statistics
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Feed-in Tariffs

The Government is committed to meeting 15 per cent of the UK’s energy demands from renewable resources by 2020, and FITs have led to levels of renewable energy deployment that have surpassed all expectations. It is, of course, good news for the environment that renewable energy has been rolled out sooner than expected, but the
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Sunday trading

As you may be aware, currently large shops can only be open for six consecutive hours on Sundays whereas small shops do not face this restriction. The Government has proposed giving local areas the power to decide whether they wish to change these rules, and I do think it is important that such decisions can
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OVER 100 PARLIAMENTARIANS CALL ON THE CHANCELLOR TO INVEST IN BROADBAND INFRASTRUCTURE

More than 100 cross-party MPs and Peers have written an open letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne MP, urging him to continue investing in fixed and mobile broadband as part of the Spending Review and in the future. The letter was co-ordinated by the All Party Parliamentary Group for Broadband and Digital
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SLAVES IN OUR FIELDS: MATT WARMAN RAISES AGRICULTURAL WORKING CONDITIONS IN PARLIAMENT

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has raised concerns in Parliament about the exploitation of migrant workers in Lincolnshire’s agriculture. During Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Questions in the Commons, Matt highlighted the need for both supermarkets and consumers to consider the working conditions of workers, many of them migrants, to help ensure that the food
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