Philip Graf, the Chairman of the Gambling Commission today gave a keynote speech at ICE entitled “Innovation as a force for good – exploiting technology to secure public confidence”.
The answer, at least as far as the Gambling Commission is concerned, is when the main purpose of the betting shop is to make gaming machines available. David Clifton writes for SBC News
When is a drunk not a drunk? David Clifton explains why the answer is “when he/she has not had a drink”.
We have been delighted to advise Tristan McDonald and the rest of the team at Stakes & Ladders in relation to their successful Operating Licence application to the Gambling Commission. Find out more at www.stakesandladders.com
On 21 January 2014 the House of Commons debated a Labour Party motion calling on the Government to bring forward by July 2014 legislative proposals to introduce a statutory code of practice for the pub industry. It provided an opportunity for Parliament to flush out the reasons for the Government’s delay in publishing its response to […]
Famously described as “the crack cocaine of gambling”, Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (“FOBTs”) have rarely been out of the news since they were first introduced into Britain’s betting shops some 12 or so years ago. However, the days of FOBTs as we currently know them may well be numbered.
Visit the Smithfield London website at https://www.smithfieldlondon.co.uk or, better still, visit the restaurant itself.
At the Westminster eForum Seminar on 20 May 2014, “Next steps for gambling policy: Regulation, taxation and new opportunities”, David Clifton will be joining Philip Davies MP, Chair of the All-Parliamentary Betting & Gaming Group and others for a panel discussion entitled “Opportunities and challenges of broadening gambling participation”.
A summary of the proposed amendments debated (but all subsequently withdrawn) during the first House of Lords Grand Committee stage on 14 January 2014
Suzanne Davies comments on the food labelling changes affecting your business