Fit for purpose? The industry reacts to the National Audit Office report into the UK Gambling Commission

Industry stakeholders digest the findings of last week’s report into the efforts and funding of the UKGC

The government’s National Audit Office report into the Gambling Commission (UKGC) claimed the organisation was falling behind in its remit to regulate the industry in the UK. The report cited deficiencies in funding within its current licence fee structure, as well as shortcomings in the way the UKGC implements code of conduct changes. In the…

Betting and Gaming Council | Melanie Ellis | Michael Dugher | National Audit Office | Peter Murray | Regulation | UK Gambling Commission