A Dods poll has revealed that in theory, most MPs would support making doping in sport a criminal offence.
Derek Webb, the founder of the Campaign for Fairer Gambling shares his thoughts on an All Party Parliamentary Group hearing on fixed odds betting terminals
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling reflects on the EU referendum campaign and calls on the Government & DCMS ministers to 'get on with it' and reduce the maximum stake per FOBT spin to £2.
We must make more effort to identify, ban and convict the football fans implicated in violence abroad, says Gareth Johnson MP, and stop England’s name being dragged through the mud.
The BBC World Service has used savings generated since 2010 to invest in new digital and television services, and has successfully reduced its expenditure at a lower cost than expected, according to todays’ report from the National Audit Office. There is, however, scope to improve the approach to target setting and performance reporting.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling raises an EU question on gambling policy with various companies based offshore.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling calls on MPs to sign an Early Day Motion calling on the Government to further regulate fixed odds betting terminals.
Campaign for Fairer Gambling founder Derek Webb responds to a recent PoliticsHome article by Philip Davies MP or 'plays the FOBT ball and tackles the MP dribbling behind it'.
Matt Zarb-Cousin writes on his departure from the Campaign for Fairer Gambling.
Campaign for Fairer Gambling Founder Derek Webb writes about his personal experiences and explains his opposition to the merger of Ladbrokes and Coral.
Conservative MP Philip Davies believes that the time has come to 'challenge those who seek to peddle untruths' about fixed odds betting terminal and the gambling sector.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling calls on the Government to resolve the 'FOBT problem' and 'stop dithering and stalling' on gambling policy.
ASA Chief Executive, Adam Paker, welcomes Sport England’s new strategy, and explains how swimming and aquatics are well-placed to support its focus on getting more people active:
Chair of the newly created Health Commission for Swimming, Ian Cumming, explains how more lengths in the pool can reduce diseases from diabetes to dementia, and potentially save the NHS billions each year.
Thousands more to enjoy free and fun activities this summer as Coca-Cola expands its ‘Parklives’ community programme across the UK.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling calls on the Government to complete the promised Triennial Review of gambling machine stakes and prizes.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling calls into question analysis and research into the impact FOBTs have on the lives of problem gamblers.
The BBC has improved oversight of its portfolio of critical projects, following the serious shortcomings that the National Audit Office identified in the oversight and delivery of its Digital Media Initiative (DMI) project. However, according to a new NAO report, the BBC’s assurance arrangements cannot give confidence that projects will achieve value for money if performance and expected benefits are not defined from the start. The report also calls for the BBC to increase its focus on how their projects work together to achieve strategic aims.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling questions some of the research that has gone into the upcoming DCMS triennial review of stakes and prizes.
Over 160 primary schools across the country joined in with the Big School Swim on 28 April to raise awareness of the importance of learning to swim and to celebrate 125 years of school swimming.
ParkLives, the community programme from Coca-Cola Great Britain offering free and fun activity sessions in parks and open spaces, is back for the third year with more cities taking part than ever before.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes following a parliamentary debate this week on fixed odds betting terminals tabled by Jim Shannon MP.
Shadow Transport Minister Daniel Zeichner argues that the Government's long-awaited draft Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy (CWIS) is nothing more than a 'glossy PR exercise'.
Speaking ahead of today’s Westminster Hall debate, SNP MP Owen Thompson explains how the media could play a defining role in reviving democratic participation.