UK government unveils terms of reference for its long-awaited review of the Gambling Act 2005, inluding a few surprises.
UK government kicks off its long-awaited review of the Gambling Act 2005, everything from online stake limits to advertising on the table.
The Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Bill has finally passed through the torturous trek of treacle that is the UK legislatorial.
The UK releases draft version of revisions to Gambling Act 2005, including point of consumption tax and requirement to hold UK license
Jeremy Hunt sat before a Culture Committtee
Ernst and Young have given a number of recommendations on how the government can help the ailing casino industry
AAMS and ARJEL could have an agreement in place by June as the UK's DCMS has launched an inquiry into the Gambling Act 2005
An official government review that looks at whether to protect charities from data protection laws, and draconian measures is launched today