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The Fixed Odds Betting Terminals All Party Parliamentary Group, has arranged a photograph opportunity at Portcullis House with MPs drawn from over the political range welcomed to demonstrate their help for the 'Cut the stake. Diminish FOBT Harm' battle. MPs were welcome to have their photos taken close by publications which have been intended to exhibit the proceeded with cross gathering political will for a bringing down of the stake. One of the marked settings spoke to the sums lost on FOBTs by topographical locale, with London including lost £497m in 2015/16. Pictures and substance from the photograph shoot are being utilized through social and local media to proceed with the political energy as parliament enters summer break. 

John White, bacta Chief Executive, trusts the most recent activity from the All Party Parliamentary Group underlines the level of cross gathering bolster which exists to cut the FOBT stake. 

He stated: 

Bacta is a partner individual from the All Party Parliamentary Group, nearby supporting associations speaking to bingo, bar, grown-up gaming focuses, beach front beguilements, chambers and the Royal Society for Public Health – all of which share worries about the social ramifications of FOBTs. It's fundamental that this issue remains solidly on the radar and that legislature perceives there is profoundly held cross gathering support for a critical diminishment in the FOBT stake. 

In January the APPG distributed a Parliamentary Report into Fixed Odds Betting Terminals in light of the discoveries of a six month request which took confirm from, among others, scholastics, issue card sharks, crusade gatherings, neighborhood specialists, industry specialists, Gambling Minister Tracey Crouch, Sarah Harrison, Chief Executive of the Gambling Commission, Chris Kelly, Chair of the Responsible Strategy Gambling Board, Kate Lampard, Chair of Gamble Aware. 

Remarking at the dispatch of the report, APPG Chair Carolyn Harris MP stated:

There is currently a reasonable case for the Government to considerably decrease the greatest stake which can be played on FOBTs. The ideal opportunity for evading the truth is finished. These machines are effectively gotten to in the most denied ranges, draining cash out of the pockets of families. I bolster a capable betting industry, yet there is nothing capable about how FOBTs are as of now being worked. I encourage the Government to make a move now.

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