Today DCMS announced that it was to hold a long awaited review of gaming machines and social responsibility measures.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling responds to some of the claims about the fixed odds betting terminals found in high street betting shops.
Derek Webb, the Campaign for Fairer Gambling founder, shares his latest thoughts as DCMS prepares to review fixed odds betting terminal policy.
A panel of experts spoke to a packed room about the appropriate line between civil liberties and protecting the vulnerable at the Conservative Party Conference yesterday.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling calls on the Conservative party to join all opposition parties in the UK in pledging action on fixed odds betting terminals and stake limits.
The partnership between the high street betting industry and British sport was celebrated at a Conservative Party Conference reception last night.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling calls on the Prime Minister to take action on fixed odds betting terminals, the same machines she asked for action against back in 2005.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes to all Labour MPs ahead of the upcoming party conference in Liverpool.
Ahead of a Parliamentary roundtable, Jersey Finance and Capital Economics have analysed the financial benefits of links between Jersey and Britain.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling reflects on a recent Panorama programme on fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) and news that the Government has backed a DCMS review into FOBTs and gambling advertising on television.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes ahead of a BBC Panorama programme on 12th September, which investigates why fixed odds betting terminal (FOBT) machines are so addictive four years after the same programme first brought the issue to light.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling questions the data behind the claim often used in gambling debates that problem gambling only affects less than 1% of the population.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes following an Independent Press Standards Officer (IPSO) investigation into newspaper articles on gambling and addiction.
The success of British athletes in the Olympics has encouraged swathes of people to seek out their local swimming pool according to the ASA (Amateur Swimming Association).
Team GB’s success at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games has created a surge of people searching out their local pool or club.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes following a licensing breach, involving Betfred & Jenningsbet betting shops which served underage gamblers in test purchases carried out by a local authority.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling responds to a recent press interview with the Chief Executive of the Gambling Commission.
Olympic swimmers have inspired over 20,000 more people to search for their local pool or swimming club since the start of the 2016 Rio Olympics, according to new statistics released today by the ASA (Amateur Swimming Association).
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling asks if the new Prime Minister and a newly appointed Secretary of State at DCMS will be able to address the problems caused by fixed odds betting terminals.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes for PoliticsHome calling for betting shop crime and violence to be acknowledged.
As part of this year’s Gamble Aware Week, across high streets and town centres, betting shops drove home the message to punters that they should only ever bet what they can afford to lose.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling reflects on the potential of future FOBT regulation under the new Prime Minister.
Chair of the PLP’s DCMS Committee Graham Jones warns about the negative consequences of privatising Channel 4.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling sets out its hopes for FOBT stake reduction to be enacted through the Sustainable Communities Act.