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UK government moves to implement new ‘duty of care’ tech policy

Working with the Home Office, The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sports (DCMS) has today published it’s joint  ‘Online Harms White Paper’ – outlining the UK government’s intent on better monitoring and regulating all UK digital enterprises. Propositioned last May, the UK government intends to put forward a ‘duty of care mandate’ for all technology/digital incumbents ensuring consumer safety …

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Bookmakers suspend ‘no confidence vote’ on May’s party leadership

The majority of UK bookmakers have today suspended markets on a ‘vote of no confidence’ taking place on Theresa May’s party leadership. Following a frantic 24-hours of trading, triggered by the abrupt departure of Dominic Raab as lead Brexit negotiator – who stated that he could not support May’s draft EU-withdrawal agreement, bookmakers’ have suspended a no-confidence motion. This morning, …

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Raab’s rude departure sees odds tumble on a May 2018 exit

A morning of Whitehall chaos, following the resignation of Dominic Raab as Brexit Secretary, sees all bookmakers revise their UK political markets. Raab becomes the second chief Brexit negotiator to resign this year, disagreeing with PM Theresa May on the UK’s draft withdrawal terms from the European Union which were presented to the Cabinet on Wednesday. Resigning from May’s office, …

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Theresa It’s only Monday… Bookmakers react to frantic Tory cabinet chaos

Revolt, within the Conservative Party may tip Britain towards a snap General Election being called for in 2018, as Brexit chaos governs all UK politics. Bookmakers have adjusted their political betting markets, following the events of a ‘manic Monday’ which saw LEAVE stalwarts David Davis, Secretary for Exiting the EU and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resign as senior cabinet ministers. …

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Scott Longley – Regulus Partners – Mad Men! Lib Dems keep ad ban in-play

Scott Longley, Editorial Director of Regulus Partners examines last weeks Lib-Dem attack on UK gambling & betting advertising.  The timing of the leaking of a letter from Danny Alexander, Chief Secretary to the Treasury to his government colleague Sajid Javid, the Culture Secretary, about the issue of betting adverts around sporting events was unfortunate for the gambling industry. The publication …

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DCMS to publish UK gambling advertising results following leaked cabinet correspondence

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) will speed up the publishing of its results into the review it conducted into UK gambling advertising. The DCMS faced criticism from senior Liberal Democrat Danny Alexander who had raised concerns regarding UK public and consumer exposure to gambling advertisement. UK newspaper the Daily Mail published leaked cabinet correspondence between Alexander and …

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GBGA questions Gambling Commission advertising policy

A new law that establishes the Gambling Commission as the industry’s global regulator threatens the safety of consumers online and is unlawful, claims the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association. The GBGA, which represents Gibraltar-based online gambling operators, instructed law firm Olswang to write to the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Sajid Javid MP, the Attorney General, Dominic …

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