Tag Archives: Media and Sport (DCMS)

NatWest launches GamCare ‘walk-in consultation’ pilot scheme

UK retail bank NatWest in collaboration with GamCare is set to trial a ‘ground-breaking’ pilot scheme offering counselling sessions to vulnerable/addicted customers inside its high-street branches. NatWest is set to launch the GamCare pilot scheme across 13 branches based in London, the South East and Midlands of England. The bank’s chosen outlets will allow any person to walk-in and book …

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UKGC publishes ‘joint consultation’ on proposed licence fee changes

Partnering with the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has published its initial ‘joint consultation’ on proposed changes to operator fees with regards to UK gambling licences. The commission expects to implement these changes from April 2017. The proposals of the UKGC consultation are as follows: Take account of the significant changes to our costs …

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DCMS to publish UK gambling advertising results following leaked cabinet correspondence

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) will speed up the publishing of its results into the review it conducted into UK gambling advertising. The DCMS faced criticism from senior Liberal Democrat Danny Alexander who had raised concerns regarding UK public and consumer exposure to gambling advertisement. UK newspaper the Daily Mail published leaked cabinet correspondence between Alexander and …

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