Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Tag: national strategy

Gambling Commission accuses industry of being “recidivist” in compliance

Andrew Rhodes GambleAware conference
The interim CEO of the Gambling Commission has accused UK operators of “recidivist behaviour” in integrating compliance measures, warning “there is simply too much harm from gambling.” Nice. And this is the man who says he wants to work with the industry?After this speech at the GambleAware conference, it sounds more like the pot calling the kettle black

Gambling Commission: McArthur defends National Strategy in APPG hearing

Neil McArthur Gambling Commission
The Gambling Commission found themselves under fire last week when the top dogs turned up at Westminster for a Q&A with the All-Party Parliamentary Group. It certainly wasn’t a love-in between the two stakeholders as Chris Webster discovered.

Gambling Commission launches new National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Gambling Commission new strategy
The Gambling Commission has today (25 April) launched the new National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms, a three-year strategy which will drive and coordinate work to bring a lasting impact on reducing gambling harms. For the first time health bodies, charities, regulators and businesses will come together in partnership to effectively tackle the issue – with the Commission calling for...