Lord Faulkner appointed to Alderney Gambling Control Commission

Lord Faulkner appointed to Alderney Gambling Control Commission

Friday, February 1, 2013 Totally Gaming

Lord Faulkner of Worcester has been appointed as a member of the Alderney Gambling Control Commission by the States of Alderney. The former Government Minister and Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords will serve a five year term, replacing Ray Birdseye who retired from the Commission last year.

John Godfrey, the Chairman of the Commission says: “I am very pleased to welcome Lord Faulkner onto the Commission. He brings valuable experience of developing policy and legislation in the gambling sector and, most importantly, has an understanding of the dynamics of the industry having worked closely with, and for, the betting and gaming industry and with organisations involved in the treatment of problem gamblers. Lord Faulkner is familiar with the work of the Commission and has taken a keen interest in developments in both Alderney and Guernsey in his capacity as a member of the all-party Channel Islands group. My colleagues on the Commission and I are looking forward to working with him.”

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