With Royal Assent for the Gambling (Licensing & Advertising) Bill now considered imminent, we provide information to assist new licence applicants to prepare for the proposed legislative changes.
The Home Office has today launched a two-week consultation on the proposal to relax licensing hours for the England matches in this year’s World Cup.
The European Parliament has today adopted amendments to the EC’s proposed anti-money laundering rules which, if approved later this year, will subject all gambling services to EU-wide rules to prevent money laundering.
SBC Events’ Betting on Football Conference at Stamford Bridge on 8 May 2014 “aims to tackle the key subjects to enable bookmakers to reach their desired goals”. Opening the conference, David Clifton will be explaining how the new licensing laws will affect the betting industry
David Clifton summaries recent developments in Scotland affecting the licensed trade.
David Clifton comments on the rejection by ISPs of the Gambling Commission’s push for website warning pages
The Gambling Commission has today launched its online licence application service incorporating the new Multi-Jurisdictional Business Form.
Suzanne Davies says it’s time to start planning your World Cup match screenings now.
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