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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EU Referendum Bill

On Tuesday the House debated the EU referendum bill, looking at purdah arrangements, funding and the issue as a whole. An earlier vote than expected meant I didn’t get the chance to make the speech below (or something very like it), so I’m publishing it here instead: Little over a month ago, when I was
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Guide Dogs in Parliament Today….

On the campaign trail I met the RNIB; delighted today to help support guide dogs.

Maiden Speech

Maiden Speech

Today I made my maiden speech in the Commons. There has been coverage in the press and you are able to watch it online here.


I’ll keep you posted

“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 I only get to say these words once, I replied “I’m a new member of parliament.” “You need the other door, sir.” We live in an
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My pledge to serve you

Dear constituent, On May 7th, people in Boston and Skegness firmly backed the Conservatives. I’m writing to thank you for placing your trust in me, to thank all those who supported me and to pledge that over the next five years I will serve every constituent diligently and with enthusiasm. It is a huge privilege
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A New Politics?

The public isn’t apathetic about politics – they’re just fed up with politicians. From the juvenile baying at Prime Minister’s question time to the sleaze surrounding MPs’ expenses, voters are rightly disillusioned. From the constant sniping and insult throwing between the main parties to the attack campaign advertising, politicians need to realise their own poverty
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David Davis

David Davis MP to visit Boston

Former Shadow Home Secretary and Conservative Party Chairman David Davis will visit Boston on 19th March The Rt Hon David Davis, former Shadow Home Secretary and Conservative Party Chairman, is to visit Boston on 19th March. Matt Warman, prospective Conservative parliamentary candidate for Boston and Skegness, said “I’m delighted that David Davis, a former leadership
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Matt Warman announces first coffee morning meetings

Matt Warman, the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Boston and Skegness, has announced the first dates in a new programme of coffee morning meetings, complementing his successful programme of pub and town hall debates. “I’ve invited thousands of people to my series of ‘Pub Politics’ in the four months I’ve been running them,” said Matt. “I’ve
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economic plan

Conservatives’ long-term economic plan

Matt Warman: Conservatives’ long-term economic plan bringing more families in Boston and Skegness the security of work Matt Warman has welcomed new figures showing 1,073 fewer people in Boston and Skegness claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance compared to 2010 – a 37 per cent drop. This means more people in work, with the self-respect and security of
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Matt Warman: New figures show more homes and businesses getting superfast broadband in Boston and Skegness

Matt Warman has welcomed new figures showing how families and businesses in Boston and Skegness are benefitting from Conservative investment in superfast broadband. The figures show that thanks to this investment, across Lincolnshire 68,747 now have access to superfast broadband and by 2017 a total of 18,609 homes and businesses in Boston and Skegness will
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Matt Warman announces next wave of public meetings

Boston and Skegness Conservative Candidate Matt Warman has announced the next wave of dates in a constituency-wide public meetings programme. “I began this programme last year because I want to meet as many voters across the constituency as possible and hear their views,” said Matt. “These are open forums where we’ve spoken about everything from
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