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PRESS RELEASE: MATT WARMAN MP ANNOUNCES CONSTITUENCY TOUR

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has announced a series of dates for a new summer Constituency Tour. The tour, which takes place on 17th and 18th and 29th and 30th August, will see him hosting a series of drop in ‘Chat with Matt’ sessions at various locations throughout the area, as well as
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Abortion medication in Northern Ireland

Many of you have contacted me about the woman who has been charged for purchasing abortion medication on behalf of her daughter in Northern Ireland. I understand that this is a very distressing case and one that has resulted because of abortion law in Northern Ireland which is different to the rest of the UK. Unfortunately,
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PRESS RELEASE: Matt warman welcomes fall in unemployment in Boston and Skegness

PRESS RELEASE: Matt warman welcomes fall in unemployment in Boston and Skegness

Matt Warman MP has welcomed the latest figures showing that unemployment in Boston and Skegness continues to fall. The number of people in the constituency claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance and Universal Credit while not in employment fell by 914 since June 2010, a 45 per cent decrease. Youth unemployment is also down, falling by 61 per
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PRESS RELEASE: Crime continues to fall under this government

PRESS RELEASE: Crime continues to fall under this government

  Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has welcomed news that crime has fallen by more than a quarter (27 per cent) under this Government – its lowest level on record – according to the latest figure from the independent Office for National Statistics. The Government has been following an action plan to tackle
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MATT WARMAN MP: NEW TAX CUTS TO MAKE PEOPLE IN BOSTON AND SKEGNESS MORE FINANCIALLY SECURE

MATT WARMAN MP: NEW TAX CUTS TO MAKE PEOPLE IN BOSTON AND SKEGNESS MORE FINANCIALLY SECURE

Matt Warman has welcomed further income tax cuts for hardworking people in Boston and Skegness, delivering on the Conservatives’ key election promise to raise the personal allowance. In the Summer Budget, the Chancellor set out the next steps in his plan to support working people by ensuring they keep more of the money they earn:
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MP Welcomes home office assurances on tackling violent crime

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has welcomed assurances from Immigration Minister James Brokenshire MP that the Government is working to tackle violent crime, regardless of the nationality of its perpetrators. Matt wrote to the Home Office to highlight the spate of crimes that have occurred in Boston recently, as well as speaking to
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TIFFIN CUP 2015: SEARCH FOR THE BEST SOUTH ASIAN RESTAURANT IN BOSTON AND SKEGNESS

Matt Warman MP is looking for Boston and Skegness’s favourite curry house to nominate for the Tiffin Cup 2015. MPs can nominate the most popular South Asian restaurant in their constituency. Matt Warman MP would like constituents to nominate their favourite South Asian restaurant in Boston and Skegness.  The finalists will be invited to a special cook-off
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Tiffin Cup 2015

Matt Warman MP is looking for Boston and Skegness’s favourite curry house to nominate for the Tiffin Cup 2015. The Tiffin Cup competition is run by the Tiffin Club to find the best South Asian restaurant in the country. Now in its tenth year, the competition celebrates the best of South Asian cuisine and will
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A European Dilemma

Over the many months of election campaigning, I spent a lot of time knocking on doors, addressing public meetings and at hustings, and three issues outweighed almost all others: roads, the NHS and Europe.  From this, I drew the following conclusions:  First, while we have unique local challenges on all those issues and on others, Boston and Skegness is also facing
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BBC Radio Lincolnshire: Crime and Migrant Communities

I spoke to Scott Dalton and Carla George on the BBC Radio Lincolnshire Breakfast show about crime and Lincolnshire’s migrant communities. It isn’t racist to raise migrant crime fears. You can listen to the full interview here. Share this on

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