UK’s minister of gambling resigns from his role
Chris Philp is resigning from his role as Minister of Gambling, prior to the UK’s Gambling White Paper.
Chriss Philp, a British Conservative Party politician who is responsible gambling in the United Kingdom, is resigning on his own will. He also stated that at this moment the official document is with No 10 and is waiting for its approval.
Philp explained that the reason for his withdrawal are the current events of the last months. Recently a lot of ministers decided to leave their positions as many of them have no belief in Boris Johnoson, in fact they urge the prime minister to resign.
The release comes with a White Paper that forms part of the government’s forthcoming review of the Gaming Act. C. Philp said that the document has been sent to the PM’s office for the closing decision.
“Currently, the review is with No 10 and has good measures to safeguard people from gambling. I have met up with families of those who have committed succide because of gambling problems and I urge everyone to present the review in its entirety undiluted.”
Philp used to work for DCMS which is led by N. Dorries, but she has not resigned.