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Matt Warman MP welcomes the news from Conservative Government of closure of temporary asylum accommodation at hotels in Skegness

•   The Conservative Government has started the process of returning hotels temporarily accommodating asylum seekers to their normal use by the community, boosting the local economy. •   The Government has always been clear the use of hotels was only ever a short-term measure to accommodate asylum seekers who would otherwise

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Long term plan for towns

55 towns will benefit from a new £1.1 billion endowment fund to deliver the Conservative Government’s long-term plan to regenerate left behind towns.  The Long-Term Plan for Towns set out by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will allocate a ten-year endowment-style fund of £20 million each to both Boston and Skegness

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Happy birthday NHS – here’s to the next 75 years

We all have our NHS stories. Not every one is perfect – at its heart the NHS is millions of people giving their very best in the service of others. Nurses like my mum, doctors like my wife, porters and managers, cleaners and countless other workers alongside volunteers. It’s not

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St Barnabas Hospice

When I last visited Novak house in June 2019 it was a shell of a building on an industrial estate, zoned for business use and struggling to get planning permission for the community hub and wellbeing centre envisioned by St Barnabas Hospice. I was happy to support the hospice in

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Planning application approved for Boston’s new mental health hub

A new state-of-the-art mental health hub in Boston is a step closer to being built after planning permission was granted. A planning application has been approved for Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s (LPFT) new 19-bed mixed-gender inpatient ward at the Norton Lea site on London Road. The plans are part of a wider

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NHS Workforce plan

Today on the launch of the NHS workforce plan marking our National Health Service’s 75th birthday, it was great to be at Boston’s Pilgrim Hospital meeting president of the The Royal College of Pathologists Professor Mike Osborn and the dedicated team working within Path Links, the most advanced pathology network

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Matt Warman MP welcomes school debaters to Downing Street

The famous black door of Number Ten Downing Street was the backdrop this week for a visit from Boston and Skegness sixth formers. The students, who in November had participated in the inaugural William Waynflete debate competition organised by Matt Warman MP, enjoyed a tour of the Houses of Parliament

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Government backs levelling-up revolution for Boston

In his budget today the Chancellor Jeremy Hunt named Boston as one of twenty new areas for a levelling Up Partnership led by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC). Working with local stakeholders the partnership will unlock barriers to growth and coordinate government departments to give bespoke

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