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Joint Committee on the Draft Gambling Bill - Minutes of Evidence [Back to Report]

Here you can browse the Minutes of Evidence which were ordered by the House of Lords and the House of Commons to be printed 25 March 2004.


Members present:

Mr John Greenway, in the Chair
Donoughue of Aston, L Wade of Chorlton, L
Falkland, VWalpole, L
Faulkner of Worcester, LJeff Ennis
Mancroft, LMr Richard Page


Memorandum from the Royal College of Psychiatrists (DGB 12)

Memorandum from Professor Jim Orford (DGB 35)

Examination of Witnesses

Witnesses: Professor Mark Griffiths, Chartered Psychologist and Professor of Gambling Studies, Nottingham Trent University, Dr Emanuel Moran, Royal College of Psychiatrists, and Professor Jim Orford, Professor of Clinical and Community Psychology, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, examined.

Question Number

234 - 239

240 - 259

260 - 273

Supplementary memorandum from the Royal College of Psychiatrists (DGB 106)

Supplementary memorandum from the Royal College of Psychiatrists (DGB 128)

Memorandum from Quaker Action on Alcohol and Drugs (QAAD) (DGB 30)

Memorandum from the Evangelical Alliance (DGB 9)

Memorandum from the Methodist Church (DGB 13)

Memorandum from the Salvation Army (DGB 45)

Examination of Witnesses

Witnesses: Ms Helena Chambers, Director of Quaker Action on Alcohol and Drugs (QAAD), Mrs Jennifer Hogg, Member and Representative, Evangelical Alliance and Guildford Churches, Ms Rachel Lampard, Secretary, Parliamentary and Political Affairs, Methodist Church, and Mr Jonathan Lomax, Public Affairs Officer, Salvation Army, examined.

Question Number

274 - 279

280 - 299

300 - 304

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