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Camelot launches phase two of retail RG training drive

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Lottery UK National Lottery operator Camelot has launched the latest phase of its retailer training programme designed to encourage responsible gambling across its customer base.As part of the training scheme, retailers selling Camelot products will receive face-to-face training and a new leaflet, titled Supporting Healthy Play,’ which outlines some key points of the training.In addition, retailers will be trained on how to use a new Responsible Play terminal button in dealing with customers. This was first rolled out in late 2019. Retailers can press this button to print a ticket which includes details about problem gambling hotline GamCare and The National Lottery’s healthy play webpage.Camelot’s head of corporate responsibility Alison Gardner said the training programme was built around evidence-based policies and allows retailers to discreetly provide support to players.Camelot will also introduce a new sticker to be displayed on retail terminals, which will remind employees to use the “Responsible Play” button if a player asks for support.“The ‘Supporting Healthy Play’ training is based on academic research, player and retailer feedback, and in-store studies,” Gardner explained. “As part of this, retailers are trained directly by Camelot to look out for signs of problem play and understand what unhealthy play is.“Crucially, the initiative enables them to take action by discreetly providing details of where players can find support, should they need it.”Camelot has experienced a something of a turnaround in fortunes since implementing its strategic review in 2017, which has led to an uptick in sales in recent years.It has also recently rolled out a number of social responsiblity measures, including the withdrawal of £10 scratchcards as part of an effort to tackle problem gambling, from October last year.However 2020 will see Camelot face a fight to continue managing the UK National Lottery, which it has operated since its launch in 1994. The tender for the next licence looks set to be contested by a number of bidders, including Health Lottery operator Northern & Shell, Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, La Française des Jeux and Czech giant Sazka Group. UK National Lottery operator Camelot has launched the latest phase of its retailer training programme designed to encourage responsible gambling across its customer base. Topics: Lottery Strategy Regions: UK & Irelandcenter_img Email Address Camelot launches phase two of retail RG training drive 23rd January 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle Subscribe to the iGaming newsletterlast_img

Hardly Manu Tuilagi’s biggest mistake

first_imgBATH, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 14: Gavin Henson of Bath looks on during the Aviva Premiership match between Bath and Leicester Tigers at the Recreation Ground on September 14, 2013 in Bath, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images) That fateful moment: Manu Tuilagi goes renegade, putting bunny ears behind the Prime Minister David CameronBy Alan DymockTHE BIGGEST mistake Manu Tuilagi has made this week – yes, we have to specify ‘this week’ because, well, he does have some previous – is that he has made himself a political stick with which to beat David Cameron.To make things clear, Tuilagi should not be banned as some are suggesting. You are allowed to mock a member of parliament. Indeed, in our society it is actively encouraged. Propping bunny ears up behind the nation’s leader is ill-advised and certainly childish, but was it a paint bucket or a comedy custard pie?OK, so it was not searing satire or a move motivated by political impulses; he thought he was being impish; one of the lads. However, now he will be a bat with which the Opposition can flog the incumbent government. No support from our athletic heroes, no respect, yada yada yada.Some will argue that this sets a bad example. Taking the mick out of political leaders before an official photo call is neither illegal nor morally objectionable and while his lapses in discipline during games should be punished, taking away part of his livelihood for a set of bunny ears seems silly. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS the centre of attention…again: HensonIt’s silly all round. The guy has given himself a lot of grief and while his actions were downright idiotic, making a bigger deal of things makes it all worst.Of course, silly was the theme of the day yesterday. While the British and Irish Lions where eying paperweights in the PM’s office, Saracens were making mischief of their own by offering fans of Bath full refunds if they attend the match between the two at the weekend and former Saracen and current Bath playmaker Gavin Henson scores a single point.Churlish? Sure. Funny? A little. Bringing issues of gambling to the forefront of sport, again? Perhaps at an extreme push. Certainly mind games come in here and Saracens obviously feel they can cover the windfall, but the punter will not be out of pocket. Japes all round, hey? The thing is that poor old Gav just cannot get on with his job. For once he hasn’t thrust himself into the centre of the storm and really if he puts his head down, gets on with his work and scores some points without making a big deal about it we must all take a chance to admit he has done well.Henson is everyone’s favourite whipping boy, but maybe what he and Tuilagi do on the pitch should be the most important thing for the foreseeable future.last_img

Lessons of the April 1968 Black rebellions

first_imgThe Rev. Ralph Abernathy, right, and Bishop Julian Smith, left, flank Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., during a civil rights march in Memphis, Tenn., March 28, 1968. (AP Photo/Jack Thornell)Following are excerpts from an April 11, 1968, WW article by Workers World Party founding chairperson Sam Marcy, a week after the assassination in Memphis, Tenn., of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.The rebellions which opened spontaneously upon the heels of the announcement of the assassination of Rev. King were so widespread that they had an almost universal character throughout the length and breadth of this land. The magnitude and depth of the uprisings were so great that President Johnson had to cancel his Vietnam conference in Honolulu to attend to the crisis here — a sure sign that, for the moment at least, the war of liberation at home took precedence over the war of liberation waged by the Vietnamese people abroad.It is sufficient merely to remember that the storm of uprising engulfed 110 cities as of April 9, as revealed by the New York Times.Nowhere in recent contemporary history has there taken place such a simultaneous and completely spontaneous rising as we witnessed last week. Its very scope and magnitude send terror and confusion into the camp of the ruling class. The very fierceness and boldness of the mass rising were the only real factors that stopped the government from unloosing as extreme a terror as it did last summer [when National Guard troops were used to put down urban uprisings in cities like Newark, N.J., and Detroit].Nevertheless, in the space of barely three days, the government made 16,255 arrests, left 3,550 injured and 38 dead, all as of April 8.It must be remembered that many smaller cities did not report at all at press time. Many of them generally refuse to release the true number of arrests or injured except on official requests from higher authorities.No matter how the bourgeois press will distort the real character of the events following the assassination, there are two fundamental aspects of these events which cannot be obscured by mere propaganda.The first one is that the uprisings were not of an accidental character, or solely a protest at the murder of Rev. King, but were a general expression of the revolutionary momentum inherent in the liberation struggle. The King assassination crystallized and accelerated the tempo of the rebellions.The second aspect of the rebellion is the implicit rejection of the theory of nonviolence as a method of achieving liberation. The ruling class could scarcely fail to notice this.To the extent that more token concessions are made to the Black masses, they are to be regarded as a by-product of the struggle carried on by the masses, and not at all as concessions handed down from above to assuage the grief of the masses.(It is plain for all to see that the passage of the current token civil rights bill in the reactionary House of Representatives by such a decisive majority is clearly a concession to the rebellions of the past week.)Throughout the entire period until the burial of King, the ruling class so manipulated all of the important public events that aside from the rebellions themselves, there was no truly visible and significant independent expression of the Black masses.Radio and television, press and pulpit, as well as outside gatherings, all of which were controlled by white bourgeois elements, monitored almost all public expressions of political sentiment. Few indeed were the independent, militant Black voices given the opportunity to be heard — except for short intervals and on rare occasions.The very sight of Nixon, Rockefeller, Kennedy, Romney, Humphrey and the other pillars of imperialist racism at the funeral could not help but add insult to injury. The masses of the people were even deprived of having their own way of interpreting the events. No wonder the masses resorted to retaliatory force!In the epoch of imperialist decay, force has been the only arbiter in great events. Not a single important contemporary world issue has been decided without it, and until imperialism is swept off the face of the earth, that is how it will invariably be. Peaceful methods for the solution of great problems as well as small will prevail and endure after the reactionary obstruction of monopoly capitalism and racist oppression are swept away by a proletarian revolution.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img

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