The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes that a recent Daily Mail story on fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) provides grounds to question the Chancellor, Philip Hammond.
The Culture Secretary has requested advice from Ofcom over her plan to refer Fox’s takeover of Sky for a full competition inquiry.
Qatar could lose its controversial hosting of the 2022 football World Cup if investigators find the country won the tournament based on “improper payments”, senior MPs have said.
Derek Webb, Campaign for Fairer Gambling founder, gets into detail on understanding gambling concepts
Jeremy Corbyn has hit out at Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke for propping up a “brutal” and “unethical” sport by launching a new subscription hunting channel.
Almost half of the media bias allegations lodged during the general election were levelled at the BBC - but every single one was dismissed by regulators, PoliticsHome can reveal.
Newspapers and magazines were more influential than social media in helping voters make up their minds during the election, according to a new poll.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling asks questions about Gambling Commission data, which is being used as part of a DCMS review into stake levels on fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs).
A Labour frontbencher has hit out at the number of privately-educated BBC journalists.
Jeremy Paxman's election grilling of Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn received almost 100 complaints about political bias, PoliticsHome can reveal.
Liam Fox has written to the BBC to complain formally about its coverage of the UK leaving the European Union.
Tom Watson has urged Karen Bradley to stand up to the "aggression" of Rupert Murdoch after the Culture Secretary delayed a final decision on Fox’s planned takeover of Sky.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling responds to recent criticism of a report published by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs).
Top BBC stars like Chris Evans and Gary Lineker would have their salaries slashed by millions of pounds if Jeremy Corbyn becomes Prime Minister, it has emerged.
Reducing maximum stakes on gaming machines to £2 would result in the loss of 21,000 jobs throughout the UK, says the Association of British Bookmakers (ABB).
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes about the campaign to reduce stakes on fixed odds betting terminals and calls on the Gambling Commission to step up and provide all relevant information to DCMS as it conducts an inquiry into these machines.
Alex Salmond has hit out at the "deadwood press" over its reporting of the Scottish economy - and become the latest senior politician to accuse the BBC of bias.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes about progress to reduce stake levels on fixed odds betting terminals ahead of the publication of the DCMS review in October.
A top BBC politics boss has been appointed new director of communications at Downing Street.
Labour MP John Mann says a voluntary approach has failed and internet firms need to be "hit where it hurts" to convince them to take action against extremist material online.
Jeremy Corbyn could boycott the Glastonbury festival in future over its use of migrant labour on zero hours contracts.
The Conservatives are planning a big expansion of their social media team to help the party "broaden its appeal", according to a leaked document.
Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch suffered a major setback today after it emerged his £11.7bn plan to take full control of Sky would be probed by the competition watchdog.
There are no economic benefits to the forms of gambling which are reliant on technology rather than labour, says the Campaign for Fairer Gambling.