BACTABritish Amusement and Catering Trades Association
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Bacta said: "For these communities tourism is a vital industry, and government policies must allow for tourism to thrive, preserve traditional seaside landscapes and provide investment and infrastructures for local businesses to encourage more visitors."
John White, CEO of Bacta, said: "As MPs return to their constituencies for the summer recess, we hope many will reflect on the harm that continues to be posed to the people they represent by high stakes FOBTs.
Bacta boss John White said: "We were deeply concerned by the Gambling Commission's advice.
Bacta said a cut to PS2 for FOBT stakes was necessary to protect public services.
Inverclyde MP Ronnie Cowan has joined Bacta's call for maximum bets to be capped at PS2.
Helen James, raided her mum, former Miss Wales Leila James' wardrobe, pictured below, wearing the same dress aged 19 PICTURE: Richard Swingler [umlaut] Kate wears a red and black Italian designer dress worn by Lynne at the Bacta Ball in London in the eighties, below left, with husband Graham Kate Handley, of Cardiff Bay, raids her mother Lynne's wardrobe for vintage fashion gems PICTURES: Andrew Davies [umlaut]
ALEX SMITH, a trainee professional, dominated the BACTA Pro-am, run by the South Wales entertainment industry, at his home Pyle and Kenfig course.
The British Amusement Catering Trade Association (BACTA)warned: "The gaming machine industry, representing thousands of UK jobs at seaside and inland towns, faces continued dramatic decline unless Government takes immediate measures to mitigate the unintended consequences of the Gambling Act."
Around pounds 7.8 million is spent on jackpot machines each year with around pounds 6.3 million paid out in prizes, according to figures by the trade association BACTA. Littlewoods Pools are a national institution and chances of hitting the jackpot are six million to one.
John White, from the gambling trade association BACTA, pointed out these multinational A-companies can A-easily absorb the impact of stakes going down to [pounds sterling]2.
John White, from the gambling trade association BACTA, pointed out these multinational companies can easily absorb the impact of stakes going down to PS2.