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Scottish National Party MP Ronnie Cowan writes ahead of his Westminster Hall debate today on Gambling-related harm.
Labour MP Jo Stevens says today’s publication of the DCMS Committee report into Live Music reveals the gulf between the lucrative end of the live music market and the huge challenges facing those at the other end.
Diane Abbott has insisted she would be willing to appear on Question Time again despite the race row which erupted after she was last a panellist on the show.
Liberal Democrat Lords Spokesperson for Education & former Primary School headteacher, Lord Storey, writes ahead of his Lords debate on ‘Improving the swimming and life-saving skills of children provided through schools’.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes following a new gambling policy announcement by Tom Watson who seeks to ensure that online gambling limits are commensurate to offline gambling in betting shops and on fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs).
Labour would introduce limits on the amount of money that can be staked during online gambling sessions, Tom Watson has announced.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes to explore legislative changes to online gambling, given that current laws "came into force during a period when internet gambling was only getting started, and smartphones hadn’t even been invented".
Scores of live music venues face closure unless ministers step in to slash their soaring tax bills, Labour has warned.
Matt Hancock has signalled a government climbdown after he insisted ministers have no plans to make internet giants legally responsible for content posted on their platforms.
Coca-Cola Great Britain (CCGB) has kicked-off its Premier League partnership with the launch of a new multi-million-pound campaign which gives supporters a starring role and celebrates the power of football to bring people together.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling calls for greater transparency in the submissions which individuals and business make to Parliament and to Government departments.
The CEO of Active Communities Network and the Director of Sustainability, Lucozade Ribena Suntory write about the B Active programme and call on the Government to bring together a national plan for closing the gap deprived communities face in sport participation.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling asks questions about research into gambling-related harm.
Lord Naseby tabled his question a month ago to bring into the open the possible impact of the BBC deciding in 2020 not to continue the scheme, which started in 2000, that any individual 75 or over is entitled to a concessionary TV licence.
The British TV industry is no longer just about Public Service Broadcasters it is a thriving mixed ecology of different players, which the UK is particularly brilliant at encouraging - says COBA Chair Heather Jones.
Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright has warned betting firms and banks that they could face a ban on the use of credit cards for gambling.
The facts may be questionable, but Cumberbatch’s portrayal of Cummings was brilliant: Gisela Stuart finds James Graham’s TV drama evocative but lacking in complexity
Former Culture Secretary John Whittingdale tells PoliticsHome why the murder of Jamal Khashoggi has made global protections for journalists more urgent than ever.
Former Treasury minister Stephen Timms MP writes about recent changes to gambling policy in light of changes he brought forward in Government twenty years ago. He writes that despite promising to behave responsibly, Bookmakers "simply let greed rip, fleecing vulnerable punters without restraint for years".
A new partnership is turning the tide on inactivity by creating a nation of swimmers.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes that despite Brexit dominating Westminster politics, legislation reducing the maximum stake on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs) from £100 to £2 a spin on 1st April 2019 has now completed its passage through parliament.
77 churches and chapels in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are sharing in a £430,000 Christmas grant payout from the National Churches Trust, the charity supporting church buildings of all Christian denominations across the UK.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes about changes to FOBT stake levels which will come into force in 2019 and predicts that further reforms to the remote gambling sector might now follow.
From the British Museum to the V&A, we need to be getting our ‘towels on the beach’ before anyone else using the vast repository of British culture and cultural institutions, writes Tim Loughton