The Parliamentary All Party Betting & Gaming Group has been created for the purpose of holding meetings with stakeholders in the UK gambling industry.
As per the rules for All Party Groups:
Our meetings are open to all Members of the Houses of Commons and Lords
Parliamentary Pass Holders working for Members of the Houses of Commons and Lords may be admitted but only after a request has been submitted to the Secretariat
We will publish on the Future Meetings page of this website the details of our next arranged meeting with its time and date, location and if there are external speakers, who they are
We will publish on the Past Meetings page of this website the summarised minutes of the last meeting held by the Group.
There may be a delay between meetings being held and publication of its details
The Parliamentary All Party Betting & Gaming Group will, at times, hold meetings which are only for members of the Group, Parliamentarians who wish to attend and any internal or external speakers invited.
No other people will be invited or allowed entrance.
The Parliamentary All Party Betting & Gaming Group will, at times, hold meetings with internal or external speakers where invited members of the stakeholders of the gambling industry will be allowed to attend in an audience capacity.
Only those invited to attend will be allowed entrance.
We ask stakeholders of the industry who wish to attend such meetings to register their interest using the form below.
Upon receipt of your notice of interest, the Parliamentary All Party Betting & Gaming Group reserves the right to either accept or reject your admittance to our Events mailing list and not be obliged to provide any explanation for our decision making.
Once on the Events mailing list and having accepted our terms & conditions and GDPR requirements, you will be informed by email of the next meeting (it will also be published on the Future Meetings page) and invited to attend. You will need to send an email requesting attendance. Requests for attendance will be dealt with on a first-come-first-served basis as our meeting rooms have maximum capacities. Should you be chosen to attend then you will be sent an invitation to attend.
Your invitation to attend is your entrance ticket to the meeting. You need to bring the invitation with you to be allowed entrance. You will not be allowed entrance to the meeting if you fail to bring the invitation. The invitation will provide you with details of when and where the meeting is being held, how to gain access to the Palace of Westminster and the rules of conduct, that by attending, you agree to abide by. Any person failing to abide by the rules of conduct will be removed by Security if necessary.
If you would like to apply to be placed onto the Events mailing list, please use the form below:
Join the Events mailing list