Welcome! My name is Matt Warman and it's a huge honour to be the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Boston and Skegness.

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Disclaimer: I’m not currently an MP, as Parliament has been dissolved until after the General Election. All posts and photos dated 2nd May and before were posted whilst I was a sitting Member of Parliament. All posts dated between 3rd May and 8th June are posted in my capacity as the Conservative Candidate for the Boston and Skegnesss constituency in the 2017 General Election.

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Watch: Preventing the use of illicit mobile phones in prisons

Watch: Preventing the use of illicit mobile phones in prisons

Click below to watch Matt ask Minister Sam Gyimah MP about steps the government is taking to prevent the use of illicit mobile phones in prisons. Share this on

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WATCH: Matt Warman MP on Press Debate in House of Commons

WATCH: Matt Warman MP on Press Debate in House of Commons

Click below to watch Matt ask Minister Karen Bradley MP about a free and open press at all levels. Share this on

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Column: Lincolnshire Reporter October 2016

“Lincolnshire,” a constituent recently informed me, “is the forgotten county.” I was keen to set him straight, and started reeling off all the things the Boston and Skegness constituency is getting from central government – the £100m flood barrier, the investment in roads, the renewed focus on community integration and economic growth, the extended tourist
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Radiocentre, Action Stations Launch, The House of Commons, London, 18Oct2016, Photographer BronacMcNeill

MATT WARMAN MP WELCOMES REPORT THAT HIGHLIGHTS PUBLIC SERVICE ROLE OF COMMERCIAL RADIO

Matt Warman MP has welcomed the findings of a new report which highlights the important role of commercial radio stations in serving local communities across the UK. The report from Radiocentre, the industry body for commercial radio, was launched in the House of Commons on Tuesday 18 October 2016 and featured the work of Lincs
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Campaigns: Unaccompanied children

A number of constituents have contacted me regarding unaccompanied children from Europe. This is my response: I agree that we should do what we can to help unaccompanied refugee children. I am pleased that the Government began work to implement the Lord Dubs amendment immediately after the Immigration Bill gained Royal Assent. Since then the
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Campaigns: Attendance Allowance

A number of constituents have contacted me about Attendance Allowance. Government is currently considering a range of ideas for the future of local government. I welcome the fact that more power and more responsibilities are being handed to local authorities. One area which is being looked at carefully is how we care for people in
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Homelessness Reduction Bill

A number of constituents have contacted me regarding the Homelessness Reduction Bill. I would like to pay tribute to the excellent work that charities like St Mungo’s do to support those who find themselves homeless. Every person sleeping rough is a tragedy and I am glad that the Government is working to reduce homelessness. Councils have
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Childhood Obesity

With nearly a third of children aged two to fifteen overweight or obese, I agree that this is an important issue to tackle, and one which I have personally raised in Parliament. It is an issue that afflicts a disproportionate number of local children. I am delighted that the Government has launched a far-reaching plan
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Letter to BBC Director General regarding Question Time and the EDL in Boston

Letter to BBC Director General regarding Question Time and the EDL in Boston

Following allegations, Matt wrote to the Director General of the BBC, Lord Tony Hall. The full letter can be found below. Dear Tony, This Thursday, the BBC recorded Question Time in Boston. I’m always glad to see the BBC reporting from the unique constituency it is my privilege to represent in parliament, whether it’s on
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Matt Warman in HOC Chamber

MATT WARMAN MP: “ALL OF BRITAIN CAN LEARN FROM LINCOLNSHIRE’S BRILLIANT SCHOOLS”

Matt Warman MP has voiced his support for the Government’s plans to allow more grammar schools to open, making clear that in the right environment they can be part of an eco-system to improve social mobility. In a Commons statement on grammar schools, Matt pointed out to the new Education Secretary, Justine Greening MP, that
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DEPARTMENT FOR HEALTH: LINCOLNSHIRE HEALTH AND CARE REVIEW MUST “FOCUS ON PATIENT OUTCOMES”

The Government’s response to a petition about the future of services at Pilgrim Hospital has made clear that any changes must focus on improving patient outcomes, consider patient choice, and be based on sound clinical evidence. Welcoming the response, Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman said, “The Government has taken this opportunity to remind the
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