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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MATT WARMAN CALLS FOR BETTER MEASURES TO TRACK MIGRATION LEVELS

MATT WARMAN CALLS FOR BETTER MEASURES TO TRACK MIGRATION LEVELS

Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman has called on the Immigration Minister to introduce better ways of measuring migration numbers, especially in areas which have seen unusual concentrations of immigration. During a Question in the Commons on the number of National Insurance numbers issued to EU migrants, Matt pointed out the pitfalls of using NI
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10MBPS FOR ALL: MATT WARMAN MP WELCOMES ASSURANCES ON BROADBAND UNIVERSAL SERVICE OBLIGATION

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness, has welcomed assurances that the Government continues to be committed to giving all households in the UK access to fast broadband. Following press reports which raised concerns about this policy, a group of MPs met with the Digital Economy Minister, Ed Vaizey MP, to ensure that their constituents
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MATT WARMAN CALLS FOR COUNCIL COLLABORATION TO FIX POTHOLES

Matt Warman MP yesterday questioned the Transport Minister about potholes on Lincolnshire’s roads. Lincolnshire County Council uses a new Roadmaster Velocity Patcher machine, which can fill up to 300 potholes each day, but with more work still to do Matt pushed the Government to encourage greater use of this latest technology. Matt asked Andrew Jones
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Matt Warman MP, with NASM Chair and Giles Academy Headteacher Ian Widdows and Education Secretary the Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP.

MATT WARMAN WELCOMES GILES ACADEMY HEAD TO WESTMINSTER FOR LANDMARK SECONDARY MODERNS PARLIAMENTARY RECEPTION

Matt Warman MP has hosted the inaugural Parliamentary reception of the National Association of Secondary Moderns, with guest speaker the Secretary of State for Education, the Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP. Organised by Ian Widdows, Head at The Giles Academy, the reception marks the first time the Association has received Cabinet-level support in Westminster. The
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Refugee children

The Government needs to do more to respond to the continuing migration crisis and how best it can support the most vulnerable people affected by this appalling situation and I am glad that it is now taking further action. This includes the establishment of a new resettlement scheme focused on the children at risk in
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Freedom of Information

Freedom of Information

I know that Ministers are committed to making government more transparent, so taxpayers can hold the state to account both on how their money is being spent and how decisions are made which affect their lives. The Freedom of Information Act is one of the pillars on which open government operates, so both I and
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Water and sanitation

Water and sanitation

Many of you have contacted me about water and sanitation. I certainly agree with you that access to clean drinking water and effective sanitation is vital to give people in developing countries the opportunity to lead healthy, fulfilled, and productive lives. It helps people to be able to work, driving economic growth and ultimately helping developing
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Overseas aid

Overseas aid

I do understand that many people have concerns about international aid, but I can assure you that The Department for International Development (DFID) has said that a number of recent newspaper articles have reported claims that misrepresent or inaccurately portray projects supported by it, or focus on projects that are no longer funded. More generally,
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EU referendum leaflet

EU referendum leaflet

I understand your concerns, but it is true to say that the Government has always been very clear that it is in favour of remaining in the EU, while allowing individuals to make their own views known. With that in mind, the Government therefore should be expected to put forward its case. While I have
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Tax avoidance

Tax avoidance

I agree that any individual tax or company should be paying the tax it owes. Tax avoidance and aggressive tax planning by anybody is clearly unacceptable. I can assure you that the Government is committed to a proportionate, tailored response to improve global tax transparency, including in tax havens. The revelations from Panama underline the
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Violence against women and girls

Violence against women and girls

I am pleased that the UK has played a leading role in tackling VAWG world-wide, and I know it will continue to be a top Department for International Development (DFID) priority. Women need choice and control over their lives. No country will develop if half their population is treated unequally and women live in fear
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