Tag Archives: Survation

NI poll indicates widespread support for gambling advertising ban

New research by Survation has found that approximately 60% of people in Northern Ireland would support a blanket ban on gambling advertising. The survey, which was revealed at the launch of a Stormont inquiry by the All Party Group on Reducing Harm Related to Gambling, also found that 80% of survey respondents believe there should be a limit on how …

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Winning Post: Political flip-floppery leads to uncertainty for casinos

Industry strategic consultancy Regulus Partners looks at the government u-turn to postpone the reopening of casinos in England, the growing support for a ban on online gambling and the upcoming publication of Social Market Foundation’s report on the Gambling Act 2005. UK: regulation – new poll finds growing support for online gambling ban The polling firm Survation this week released …

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Cross-party MPs call for gambling overhaul in new report

The All Party Parliamentary Group for Gambling Related Harm (GRH APPG) has called for a blanket ban on gambling advertisements as well as an overhaul of the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) as part of its final report into online gambling harms. Following a year-long inquiry, the 50-strong group of MPs – which has emphasised it is ‘not anti-gambling or prohibitionist’ …

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