UK: Parliament’s report on the new POC bill

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A House of Commons Library research paper, prepared for the Second Reading debate in the House of Commons, sets out information on the draft Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Bill, which aims to move the regulation of remote gambling to a “point of consumption” basis so that all remote operators would need a licence from the Gambling Commission to enable them to transact with British customers and advertise in Britain.

It contains a useful summary of the current state of play and what happens next.

Read the report here.

Topics:  Gambling, New Legislation, UK

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