The Department for Culture Media and Sport has just announced a Consultation entitled “Modernising the Horserace Betting Levy – a consultation on reform or replacement”, that seeks views on two options, i.e. (1) reforming the existing Horserace Betting Levy and (2) replacing the Levy with a bespoke statutory framework.
Suzanne Davies has successfully obtained a premises licence for the seventh Deliverance, located near Waterloo in London. To find out more about “the takeaway to believe in” visit the Deliverance website at https://www.deliverance.co.uk or, better still, order one of their meals (with drinks too if required) either online or by calling 0844 477 1111.
David Clifton comments on the ambiguity that remains over the advertising in the UK of remote gambling provided by an operator without a Gambling Commission operating licence.
In the final article in this week’s SBC News series of Clifton Davies articles about the new remote gambling licensing and regulatory regime, David Clifton addresses the following questions: “How will the forthcoming changes affect affiliates? Will they have to remove any adverts from non-UK licensed operators? What about editorial-led content about non-UK licensed bookmakers?”
In the third of SBC News’ series of Clifton Davies articles this week about the new remote gambling licensing and regulatory regime, David Clifton answers the following question: “The requirement for suppliers to be licensed has been extended until early next year – is this feasible or is there still confusion over which elements of […]
In the second of SBC News’ series of Clifton Davies articles this week, David Clifton answers the following question: “The UKGC said it wants operators to justify their involvement in any markets which provide more than 3% of revenues. Has there been any steer in how this will be applied to the licensing process?”
David Clifton will be speaking at a panel session entitled “ALL STAR PANEL – UK Gambling Act: Using digital marketing to overcome upcoming TV advertising revisions in the gambling market” at 12.10pm on 3 December 2014, the second day of the Future iGaming Event, taking place at America Square Conference Centre , 17 Crosswall, London EC3N 2LB.
In a series of articles being published by SBC News www.sbcnews.co.uk throughout this week, David Clifton looks at the changes to the UK’s remote gambling licensing and regulatory regime which take effect on 1 October. The first article appears today, focussing on (a) the judicial review just commenced by the GBGA and (b) new LCCP or operating licence application requirements […]
Suzanne Davies summarises good practice measures to adopt to avoid cross-contamination in your food business as recommended by the Food Standards Agency.
In JR proceedings commenced against the UK Government and the Gambling Commission, the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association argues that “the absence of effective supervision and enforcement, coupled with the burdensome regulatory requirements, will encourage the growth of and migration to unregulated or poorly regulated operators which will present genuine risks to the British consumer”.