Tracey Crouch: ...'s response to the Consultation on proposals for changes to Gaming Machines and Social Responsibility Measures set out on 17th May, a key priority for implementation will be engaging with the gambling industry to ensure that there is an appropriate lead-in period to enable technological changes needed for the reduction in maximum stake on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals to be completed....
Robert Jenrick: ...revenue were published by the OBR at Spring Statement 2018. Detailed information is not available to quantify costs to the public purse from use of B2 machines. DCMS plan to engage with the gambling industry to ensure it is given sufficient time to implement the technological changes and restructure its business model accordingly. HM Treasury keeps all taxes under review, and...
Tracey Crouch: ...out in the Impact Assessment published alongside the Government’s recent consultation response on proposals to changes to Gaming Machines and Social Responsibility Measures. 155337 ANSWER The Gambling Commission regulates the industry according to the licensing objectives, which include protecting children and other vulnerable persons from being harmed or exploited by gambling....
Stephen Hepburn: As Carillion showed, the outsourcing of Government contracts is nothing but a gamble with jobs and public money. When will the Tories put the public interest first instead of their friends, spivs and speculators?
Ben Lake: ...ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what assessment he has made of the effect on funding for local charities of fundraising limits on society lotteries set out in the Gambling Act 2015.
Tracey Crouch: ...The Government will deliver the reduction in stake 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 they are given sufficient time to implement and complete the technological changes for the reduction in maximum stake for Fixed-Odds Betting Terminals.
Robert Jenrick: Officials meet regularly with stakeholders from across the bookmaking sector to hear their views on the gambling market, and a range of economic and policy issues. Details of ministerial meetings with external bodies are published at HMT ministers' meetings, hospitality, gifts and overseas travel - GOV.UK
Tracey Crouch: We are looking at the role of society lotteries, with advice from the Gambling Commission, and will make an announcement in due course.
Tracey Crouch: ...organisations, raising hundreds of millions of pounds every year for many good causes including the hospice sector. We are looking at the role of society lotteries, with advice from the Gambling Commission, and will make an announcement in due course.
Lord Chadlington: To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the measures that Camelot has in place to address gambling related harm; and of the case for Camelot to provide GambleAware literature at the point of sale of National Lottery products.
Lord Chadlington: To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the case for reinstating the British Gambling Prevalence Survey.
Matthew Hancock: As I said in my previous response, we need a full spectrum response. It is akin to the debate we had earlier about gambling advertising. This is not just a matter of TV. Increasingly, people are watching things through all the technologies available. We have to make sure that the response is appropriate to that.
Sylvia Hermon: ...“no deal is better than a bad deal”. I should like the Secretary of State to give a guarantee to the people of Northern Ireland that the Government whom he represents here today will not be gambling with the constitutional status of Northern Ireland as an integral part of the United Kingdom. No deal would lead to a hard border, which would inevitably be exploited by Sinn...
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, whether his Department plans to expand NHS services based outside London to treat gambling addiction.
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what guidance is provided to pupils in secondary schools on the risks of gambling.
David Simpson: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, if his Department will introduce legislative proposals on limiting the time for which a user can be active on an online gambling site or app.
Lord Chadlington: To ask Her Majesty's Government on what evidence they concluded problem gambling rates have remained relatively stable during a period of considerable growth in advertising volumes, as stated in the Government response to the consultation on proposals for changes to Gaming Machines and Social Responsibility Measures, published in May.
Lord Chadlington: To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the case for gambling operators being required to disclose the amount they donate to GambleAware; and how many operators meet the voluntary target of 0.1 per cent of annual Gross Gambling Yield.
Lord Ashton of Hyde: ...country then we will pursue them through enforcement action. I believe there is a Swiss site I referred to earlier for which that is being contemplated at the moment. Lastly, and this applies also to online gambling, if foreign sites or people are committing offences, one of the ways of looking at that is through the payment mechanisms. Payment providers do not like dealing with people who...