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Scott Longley: Health Scare… Politics & Problem Gambling

Can betting and its wider stakeholders, find unity and clarity on the urgent matter of defining ‘problem gambling as a public health issue’, or does sector leadership simply face an all too familiar political fallout? _____________________ The debate around problem gambling is an evolving one and the arguments are becoming ever more political. In particularly, the move towards viewing gambling …

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Regulatory complexities the main focus for Lords committee

The Select Committee reviewing the ‘Social and Economic Impact of the Gambling Industry’ has adjourned to asses the complexities facing the sector’s diverse stakeholders, as well as carry out an assessment of the 2005 Gambling Act.  The discussion, led by chairman of the Gambling Review Body Sir Alan Budd and Dan Waugh, Partner at Regulus Partners, has focused largely on …

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ICE London to welcome regulators from 65 jurisdictions

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Regulators from all sections of the international gaming industry are set to converge on London next week, as ICE gets set to welcome 411 such personnel from 65 jurisdictions. Amongst those set to feature at London’s ExCeL from February 6-8 is Sir Alan Budd, who is to deliver the keynote ahead of the ICE annual regulators luncheon. Sir Alan, a …

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Sir Alan Budd to provide key note interview at ICE London

ICE London has secured a notable coup with confirmation that prominent British Economist, Sir Alan Budd will provide the key note ahead of the ICE Annual Regulators Luncheon.   Sir Alan, who was a founding member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee as well as a former senior economic adviser to HM Treasury and whose Gambling Review Report (2001) provided the …

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Dan Waugh – Regulus Partners – Time to think outside the box

“Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties.” Erich Fromm It may seem strange to suggest it now at a time when gambling is once again at the centre of a fairly major public policy debate – but there may come a time when even the Daily Mail recalls with misty eyes a time when gambling was part of the fabric of …

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