for online gambling or bring loot boxes within the definition of gambling.
Indeed, such operators might possibly have (a) actively welcomed the Labour Party’s
However, cross-party support for some of the other manifesto proposals will be of considerable relevance to the land-based casino sector.
In line with the Conservative Party’s electoral promises before the 12th December election, it is clear from the background briefing notes to the Queen’s Speech.
The shape of things to come that a review of the Gambling Act 2005 will commence within the present Parliamentary session.
As and when this occurs, the swinging of the regulatory pendulum points to introduction of considerably.
greater restrictions than were imposed by the supposedly liberalising reforms last time around.
The shape of things to come That is evidenced by what was a rare agreement between the two main political parties that a need exists for.
raising yet greater concern that research projects commissioned in future may continue to focus more on gambling related harm.
attributable to gambling sectors other than the land-based casino sector.
One also cannot help but wonder if a review of the 2005 Act (whether or not incorporating a full public health inquiry into gambling related harm, an idea that has gathered a fair degree of cross-party support) will lead to introduction of an additional.
public health licensing objective and what length of time it might take the new government.
to move gambling policy formulation and oversight from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport to the Department of Health and Social Care.
If that happens, all sectors of the industry could well find themselves in a very different.
licensing and regulatory landscape than that which they currently inhabit.
In line with the Conservative Party’s electoral promises before the 12th December election,
it is clear from the background briefing notes to the Queen’s Speech.
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