Gambling advertising – Michelle Donelan.
Viscount Younger of Leckie: ...expires in 2023. I start by addressing a question raised by the noble Baroness, Lady Andrews, and the noble Lords, Lord Berkeley and Lord Foster, about the importance of the relationship between online gambling and the National Lottery, and the link to the next bidding round. It is an important issue and it will certainly be considered by DCMS and the Gambling Commission as we consider the...
Chris Stephens: ...very clear on that. Its business model relied on even more acquisitions, rising debt, expansion into new markets and exploitation of suppliers, with a side order of creative accounting and an out-of-control bonus culture. The company was gambling with public assets and finances, always seeking to eliminate any competitors, squeezing subcontractors and suppliers through delayed payments as...
the Bishop of Chester: ...is based on the freedom of the individual, the more likely it is that that society will generate winners and losers, and reinforce the winning and losing outcomes. America is the prime example here, with its persistent and large underclass, and it has also fed the gambling problem in our society, which we are attempting to deal with now by, for example, reducing the stake on betting...
Lord Chadlington: To ask Her Majesty's Government how many meetings have taken place between HM Treasury officials and gambling companies, or their representatives, in the past year.
Lord Chadlington: To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the care available for families and individuals who are affected by suicides connected with gambling.
Lord Storey: To ask Her Majesty's Government what steps they are taking to protect children from gambling adverts and marketing.
Gambling: Fixed-odds Betting Terminals - Question
Ben Wallace: ...; data and our intelligence—with other European countries. It is important that our unconditionality is taken on board and embraced by the Commission. My public venture to Mr Barnier, apart from a quip about gambling with safety, was that security was not a competition. We are not talking about trade. It is about working together, where the sum of the parts is greater than the...
Anne Main: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, whether his Department plans to introduce requirements for schools to teach pupils in secondary school about the dangers of gambling online.
Anne Main: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, if he will make an assessment of the implications for his Department's policies of the recommendations in the Responsible Gambling Strategy Board’s report on children, young people and gambling: a case for action; and if he will make a statement.
Anne Main: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, whether his Department plans to bring forward legislation to ensure that gambling websites introduce stronger third-party age verification checks for users.
Lord Chadlington: To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the proposal made by Rethink Gambling in their 2014 Gambling Manifesto that any new form of gambling, including new modes or types of venue, should be subject to a full social, health and economic impact assessment.
Lord Chadlington: To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the case for additional independent research on the number of gambling related suicides in the UK.
John Hayes: Sylvia Plath, speaking of her beloved son, said: “There is no guile or warp in him. May he keep so.” In our time, our children are being warped by online gambling. The Gambling Commission reports that 25,000 children in Britain are problem gamblers and that a number of online gambling vehicles are predatory, using techniques to make children spend. Will the Leader of the House...
Christine Jardine: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what assessment he has made of the potential merits of requiring tracked play on gambling machines to reduce the level of problem gambling.
Tracey Crouch: ...in maximum stake on B2 machines will be delivered through secondary legislation in due course. We are currently preparing draft regulations needed to make the change, alongside engaging with the gambling industry to ensure that there is an appropriate lead-in period to allow for technological changes to be made.
Tracey Crouch: ...measures was published on 17th May. Since then, Ministers and officials have met with and received correspondence from a range of stakeholders, including parliamentarians, representatives of the gambling industry, trade associations, and campaign group members.