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A summary of the proposed amendments debated (but all subsequently withdrawn) during the first House of Lords Grand Committee stage on 14 January 2014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
This year’s Publican Awards night will take place on Tuesday 25th March at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel. The judging panel is made up of city analysts, journalists, top industry consultants and industry body chiefs and includes David Clifton.
The European Commission issued in November new infringement action against seven EU Member States regarding the compliance of their remote gambling legislation with EU law. This fresh action has been much demanded by many industry participants and commentators. David Clifton, Director at Clifton Davies Consultancy Limited, takes a look at the background to the EC’s […]
A commentary on the proposed changes to regulation and taxation of remote gambling in Great Britain
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Suzanne Davies comments on recent academic research findings relating to the effect of longer trading hours on alcohol-related violence
How to avoid your sales promotions, prize draws and prize competitions being classified as gambling activities requiring a licence. Update: for developments in the law relating to the status of Spot the Ball competitions, see our June 2016 website posting entitled “Spot the ball before it moves again” and David Clifton’s subsequent article for iGaming Business […]
On 11 December 2013, David Clifton attended the first Harm Minimisation Conference held in London by the Responsible Gambling Trust, the leading charity in the UK committed to minimising gambling-related harm