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Two interesting points have arisen from a speech given by Tourism Minister John Penrose at the BACTA Annual General Meeting. The first is that there is a suggestion that the Government will look to reinstate the triennial review of stakes and prizes for gaming machines that used to be in place...
The Gambling Commission issue periodic bulletins to local authorities to keep them up to date with developments in their activities and the law in relation to gambling from their perspective. Clearly these will have an impact upon how those local authorities deal with gambling enforcement through their...
One of the matters that the Gambling Commission / Government received criticism over when Gambling underwent wholesale reform in 2007 was the significant increase in fees that operators of Gambling premises (in particular Betting Offices) experienced as compared with the old regime. The DCMS...
With Gambling reform in 2007 the unfamiliar concept of personal licences was introduced. This was in part a nod to personal licences in liquor licensing however they are very different and cover not only certain operational personnel (personal functional licences) but also those involved in more...