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Public Bill Committee: Criminal Finances Bill: Seized money: Northern Ireland (17 Nov 2016)

Rupa Huq: ...doctors being lost to Australia. It would be a tragedy if we trained these people up and then off they went, poached by the private sector. We have heard of examples where they have gone to the gambling industry, which my hon. Friend the Member for Swansea East has experience of in her role on the all-party group on fixed odds betting terminals. I flag that issue up now, but we will come...

Child Poverty - Question for Short Debate (17 Nov 2016)

Lord Mawson: ...from the Big Issue and set up enterprise programmes so that the children can start to earn real money themselves. We have done this to some effect. We should support them if the parents try to take the money—for example, parents who have addiction issues with alcohol, drugs, gambling and so on. In this way, the children will become more self-confident and self-reliant in their heads...

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Finances Bill: Forfeiture of certain personal (or moveable) property (17 Nov 2016)

Ben Wallace: ...to allow those agencies to freeze, seize and seek forfeiture of illicit funds held in bank accounts and other forms of criminal property used to transfer value. It has always been the Government’s intention to include gambling vouchers and casino chips in those provisions, as I made clear on Second Reading. When the Bill was introduced, we were still looking at the best way of...

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Gambling Commission (16 Nov 2016)

Tom Watson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, pursuant to the Answer of 3 November 2016 to Question 50345, if she will publish the URL for the annual report which is available online.

Wales Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (15 Nov 2016)

Baroness Morgan of Ely: ...—the ability to lose serious money very quickly—has changed exponentially in recent years. I make it quite clear that we are under no circumstances here advocating the wholesale devolution of gambling regulation to Wales. With the advent of internet gambling, it is extremely difficult to regulate gambling even at the UK level, let alone at the Welsh level. However, a particular...

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Finances Bill: Examination of Witnesses (15 Nov 2016)

Rupa Huq: ...that since 2009, a lot of specialist trained investigators of financial crime who were trained on the public purse have jumped ship and gone over to the commercial sector, some of them even to gambling. An amendment that we are tabling would keep people within—I cannot remember the exact wording, but they would have to repay the cost of training. Do the three of you have any thoughts...

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Finances Bill: Examination of Witnesses (15 Nov 2016)

Scott Mann: ...in the Bill help the NCA to tackle economic crime? The third question is a small supplementary on the seizure orders and unexplained wealth orders. A small number of people make money from online gambling. Could you tell me how the Bill might affect them?Q

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Gambling Commission: National Lottery (14 Nov 2016)

Tom Watson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, pursuant to the Answer of 3 November 2016 to Question 50343, on Gambling Commission: National Lottery, what the URL is for the publication of those decisions on that website.

Policing and Crime Bill - Committee (4th Day) (Continued) (9 Nov 2016)

Lord Rosser: ...which has coincided with the proliferation of fixed-odds betting terminals. These criminal offences relate both to violence towards staff and to damage to property arising from losses incurred from gambling on these terminals. There is a link between the use of fixed-odds betting terminals and their anonymity for user and money laundering, with one major firm fined some £800,000 by...

Scottish Parliament: Health and Social Care (European Union Workforce) (8 Nov 2016)

Donald Cameron: ...SNP MSPs did the same, apparently. To SNP members, therefore, I say that, before their usual moralising about Brexit begins, before they trot out the hackneyed line that this exercise in democracy was a reckless gamble, before they line up to call those passionate remain voters among us “born-again Brexiteers”, they should have a care and look around them. How many of their...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Addressing the Past (7 Nov 2016)

Eamonn McCann: ...on to the broader question about a victim-centred approach to the past. You cannot have a victim-centred approach unless the victims get the truth. In my estimation looking forward, and I do not do much gambling these days, the odds of the victims of the conflict in the North getting the truth is as close to zero as makes no difference. Does anybody seriously believe that the British...

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Gaming Machines (7 Nov 2016)

Fiona Bruce: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, what assessment her Department has made of the effect of fixed odds betting terminals on the wider gambling industry.

Leaving the Eu: Financial Services (3 Nov 2016)

Chris Leslie: ...institutions have a “stick or twist” option. Do they stay and risk it, hoping that something will crop up after 2019, or do they twist, leave the UK and try to locate elsewhere? That is too much of a gamble. It should not be so binary. I hope that Ministers will think very seriously about doing the right thing for the sector and those who are employed in it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (3 Nov 2016)

Fiona Bruce: ...reply. Will she look carefully at the merits of reducing the maximum bet per spin for FOBTs from £100 to £2, and at the important contribution that could make to significantly reducing problem gambling and the problems families suffer as a result?

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (3 Nov 2016)

Andrew Selous: Are Ministers aware that Dr Peter Aitken, the chair of the faculty of liaison psychiatry at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, told the Health Committee on Tuesday that gambling addiction is becoming a major cause of suicide? Will Ministers be emboldened to take the issue further?

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Gambling Commission: National Lottery (3 Nov 2016)

Tom Watson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, what discussions Ministers have had with the Gambling Commission on the National Lottery in the last year.

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Gambling Commission (3 Nov 2016)

Tom Watson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, what remuneration is received by members of the Board of Commissioners of the Gambling Commission; and how many days those members work in that capacity each year.

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Gambling Commission: National Lottery (3 Nov 2016)

Tom Watson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, what the duties of the Board of Commissioners of the Gambling Commission are in relation to the regulation of the National Lottery.

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Gambling Commission: National Lottery (3 Nov 2016)

Tom Watson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, if she will place the minutes of the 2016 meetings of the Gambling Commission's National Lottery Committee in the Library.

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Gaming Machines (3 Nov 2016)

Jonathan Reynolds: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, what progress her Department has made on its commitment to end unsupervised high-stakes gambling on fixed odds betting terminals.


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