One of the largest bingo venues in the UK, the London Palace bingo hall in Elephant and Castle, could have a new home. A fractious
No FOBT commitments from the Conservative manifesto, but a strong backing for small businesses, coastal communities and affordable energy. The only steady hand to steer
Small businesses in the regional economy, including AGCs, FECs and piers, are feared to bear the cost of protecting households through an energy price cap,
The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) has called for pubs to receive a £25,000 business rates assistance package in its latest manifesto, released ahead
Labour’s manifesto for the 2017 general election pulls no punches against FOBTs, but what does the party’s other policies mean for the amusements industry?
Bacta’s North West AGM provided operators in the area and further afield with a forum to discuss key issues in the industry before the summer
In a letter to the ABB, parliamentary commissioner for standards Kathryn Hudson explains where she did and did not find fault with the APPG’s work
Jason Frost reflects on how Bacta members can make a political difference as his presidency comes to a close. Jason Frost believes that Bacta
Bacta has argued that the ABB is twisting technical reporting errors out of proportion, in an attempt to distract the public and discredit MPs’ recommendation
The FOBT issue may have been kicked into the slightly longer grass thanks to the General Election, but what, wonders Ken Scott, happens next?