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Collins to continue to lead on gambling reform

Collins was appointed on 8 July 2022. He replaces Chris Philp, who left during the month's resignations protesting Boris Johnson's continued leadership of the Conservative party. Collins will work under new secretary of state for DCMS Michelle Donelan. Since 2010 Collins has been member of parliament for Folkestone and Hythe and chairs the joint committee on the draft online safety bill. From 2016-19 he also chaired the House of Commons DC MS select committee.
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UK PM and his Gambling Minister resign amid gambling review; White Paper publication date now uncertain

Chris Philp, the UK minister responsible for gambling, resigned today. Boris Johnson resigned hours later. PhilP was in charge of the government's review of 2005 Gambling Act. The White Paper on the review is expected to be published in the coming weeks. The government faces reorganization. It was also expected that the outcome of this review regarding betting shirt sponsorships in Premier League football would be announced on July 21. Nigel Huddleston MP, who is also a DCMS undersecretary, has asserted that this is still the case.
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Turmoil at No 10 signals further delays for gambling review

Turmoil at No 10 signals further delays for gambling review. Chris Philp steps down as Minister for Tech and Digital. The review of the Gambling Act 2005 was expected in the Spring, but has been delayed several times. Under-Secretary Nigel Huddleston claims the review is still set to be published in coming weeks. DCMS was also expected to make a decision regarding gambling firm sponsorship in Premier League football.
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DCMS: Gambling Act white paper is coming “soon”

The Gambling Act Review is being finalized. The white paper was issued by DCMS this week. It is expected to be published next week, but DC MS says it won't be. This pushes the release date into July. iGB in March, Nigel Huddleston told parliament that the white document was being ‘finalised’. In the initial call for evidence, DCms asked questions about topics such as stake limits, affordability checks and universal deposit limits.
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There was a £34 million jackpot on Tuesday's EuroMillions draw. Three ticket holders won £151,000 each after matching five numbers and one Lucky Star. The jackpots for Friday's and tonight's National Lottery draws are £46 million and £8.7 million respectively.
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