While millions of people gamble responsibly, for too many it can lead to dangerous levels of addiction, says Jeremy Wright
UK gambling operators’ new voluntary proposals are to be applauded – but funds must be channelled through an independent delivery body to ensure absolute transparency, says Lord Chadlington
Jeremy Hunt has labelled the BBC an “absolute joke” for organising a Tory leadership debate ten days after ballots have been sent to party members.
Jeremy Corbyn has hit back at claims he isn’t healthy enough to become Prime Minister and called for an investigation to find the civil servants who made them.
Jeremy Hunt has called on broadcasters not to cancel their Tory leadership debates even if Boris Johnson is refusing to take part in them.
Greyhound racing is a multi-billion-pound industry. A statutory levy would make sure online bookmakers pay their fair share towards animal welfare, writes Neil Parish
Jeremy Hunt has called on his Conservative leadership rival Boris Johnson to face him in televised debates, as he declared: "If you want the job, you have to turn up for the interviews.”
The BBC is not the DWP. If Governments want to end or curtail a benefit they should have the guts to do so and take the political flak, writes Lord Foulkes
The BBC has made efficiencies where it can – now it is for government to decide whether to fund free TV licences for the over-75s. Clare Sumner, Director of BBC Policy, responds to Peter Heaton-Jones
The societal effects of delineating internet access based on financial means shouldn’t be underestimated, warns the Internet Advertising Bureau.
Too many remote gambling licences have been granted without proper scrutiny. Companies should have to reapply for the privilege of operating in the British market, says Tom Watson
We need a forward-looking arts curriculum to provide the necessary skills for life and work, says Sharon Hodgson
The BBC receives over £5bn in income. It must learn to manage its money and reverse the disgraceful scrapping of free TV licences for the over-75s, writes Peter Heaton-Jones
The instant fame offered by reality TV often has tragic consequences. We must challenge government policies that have created a society where vulnerable people are targets for abuse, says Hannah Bardell
Over the past three years, the BBC has faced accusations of bias from all sides of the Brexit and political debate. Does this mean the corporation is doing something right? Or is bashing the Beeb simply more politically useful now? Sebastian Whale investigates
Former Culture Secretary John Whittingdale MP who chairs the All Party Parliamentary Writers’ Group investigates a reduction in authors' earnings and how best to ensure a vibrant book trade, online and in print.
Labour's Tom Watson has slammed the Government after the BBC announced that it was ending the free TV licence scheme for millions of over-75s.
Dods Events' Alex Hancock reports on the recent Commons and Lords Rugby Union FC (CLRUFC) charity fixture, which was this year raised £10,000 divided between two charities: the Injured Players Foundation & Try for Change.
Labour MP Carolyn Harris asks questions about executive pay in the bookmaking sector and greater regulation for online gambling, following her successful campaigning on fixed odds betting terminals.
George Galloway has been fired by talkRadio after being accused of posting an "anti-semitic" tweet.
MPs have launched a probe into the impact of reality TV following the death of a man who appeared on the Jeremy Kyle Show.
Nigel Farage has launched a ferocious attack on the BBC after veteran presenter Andrew Marr tried to quiz him about his controversial previous statements.
Labour is to launch a Commons bid to force the Government to maintain free TV licences for older people.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling's Matt Zarb-Cousin reflects on the successful campaign to reduce Fixed Odds Betting Terminal (FOBT) stake levels to £2 per spin and sets out how the campaign to reduce gambling related harm will continue going forward.