When I meet Martyn Chambers, deacon at St Mary’s Catholic Church in Boston, Lincolnshire, he describes the town as “geographically isolated”.
Mike Cooper, a Conservative councillor, suggests that many Westminster politicians could not place Boston, or Lincolnshire, on a map.
Boston is a picturesque market town, dominated by the medieval tower of St Botolph’s Church, known locally as the Stump.
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