Martin Vickers

Former Conservative MP for Cleethorpes

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Gambling Regulation

There have been votes in Parliament on a number of aspects of the regulation of gambling. Specific votes have been on the powers of local councils to use planning laws to control the numbers, and locations, of betting shops as well as regulations limiting stakes, and prizes, for gambling machines, and the laws governing the operation of casinos.

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Martin Vickers consistently voted against greater regulation of gambling

TheyWorkForYou has automatically calculated this MP’s stance based on all of their votes on the topic. You can browse the source data on PublicWhip.org.uk.

All votes about greater regulation of gambling:

  • On 8 Jan 2014: Martin Vickers voted against giving local councils powers to prevent the proliferation of fixed odds betting terminals and betting shops Show vote
  • On 8 Jan 2014: Martin Vickers voted against giving local government more powers to regulate betting shops and fixed odds betting terminals. Show vote
  • On 4 Dec 2013: Martin Vickers voted to increase the stake, and prize, limits for certain categories of gambling machine. Show vote
  • On 26 Nov 2013: Martin Vickers voted against extending the horserace betting levy to overseas bookmakers. Show vote
  • On 26 Nov 2013: Martin Vickers voted not to require those running internet and telephone gambling operations to ban those who have registered for self-exclusion. Show vote
  • On 16 Oct 2013: Martin Vickers voted against giving more powers to local communities in relation to high streets and town and city centres. Show vote
  • On 17 May 2011: Martin Vickers voted against making specific planning permission be required for betting shops rather than allowing any premises with permission for use for financial and professional services to become a betting shop. Show vote

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