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Under the microscope: how political society is changing UK gambling regulation

With gambling regulation coming into greater contact with political society, the future for the UK industry is increasingly under scrutiny by a new breed of observers. One such observer is Dr James Noyes, who talks EGR Compliance through his recent report into overhauling UK regulation

The intersection between UK gambling regulation and facets of political society has deeply intrenched itself at the heart of the UK gambling industry over the last quarter century, beginning with the initial review of UK gambling laws by Sir Alan Budd in 2000. Since then, the sector’s relationship with the highest levels of government has…

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