Saturday 22 July 2017

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Research results into the effects of B2 stake reduction

Report on results of research into the likely effects of substantially reducing the maximum permitted stake of 100 per 20-second spin on category B2 electronic gambling machines in UK betting shops.

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Government announces FOBTs review

Please note that the Minister, Tracey Crouch, has just announced the call for evidence on the review of gaming machines and social responsibility with the below statement. The full consultation document is attached. The call for evidence period will close on 4 December 2016 but it is anticipated that the whole process will take up to 18 months. Bacta will be making a formal submission which will be signed off by National Council and we will keep members fully updated on proceedings.


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bacta in tune with PPL to achieve level playing field for operators

bacta in tune with PPL to achieve level playing field for operators

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Social Responsibility is at the heart of what we do - confirm bacta

Social Responsibility is at the heart of what we do - confirm bacta

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bacta to kick-off party political programme at Labour Conference in Liverpool

bacta to kick-off party political programme at Labour Conference in Liverpool

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bacta membership grows by 26%

bacta membership grows by 26% to reach nine year high

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Robert Gibb

bacta invest in infrastructure with Head of Finance appointment

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bacta Regional Tour

bacta to take message to the members during month long regional tour

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bacta Alternative Dispute Resolution Service

bacta ADR service, approved as an Alternative Dispute Resolution Entity by the UK Gambling Commission (Competent Authority), is an impartial entity for arbitrating on disputes relating to the outcome of gambling transactions between consumers (customers) and traders (operators).

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Self-exclusion

If you think you are spending too much time or money gambling in an adult gaming centre, then ask staff for information about their self-exclusion scheme. Self-exclusion is when you can ask a gambling company or operator to stop you from gambling with them for an amount of time. It usually lasts for at least six months and up to 12 months.

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