The DCMS Committee is considering changes in the operation of the National Lottery as a new licence will be awarded from 2023.
The Committee is asking for submissions of written evidence from the public addressing the following questions:
- What lessons should be learnt from the previous license periods in designing, awarding and managing the fourth National Lottery licence?
- Is there need for greater flexibility to enable the licence to respond to changing consumer habits?
- How should the next licence be structured to maximise returns for good causes?
- What challenges will the next operator of the National Lottery face, and what can Government and the Gambling Commission do to mitigate against them?
- What has been the impact of society lotteries, or other changes to the lottery market, on the main National Lottery draw?
- How can lottery funding distributors be better supported to manage changing trends in receipts for good causes?
Evidence should be submitted via the evidence portal by 5 August 2019.
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