On the day of the UK’s departure from the EU, the European Gaming and Betting Association has urged the European Commission to include a review of its approach to online gambling in a drive for...
Organisers of the mammoth ICE trade show have been forced to deny reports they will move the event from its home in London’s east end to Hanover, Germany, to avoid Brexit complications.
The UK has secured approval from the European Union to continue the export of horses even in the event of a no-deal Brexit on October 31.
A government representative has warned gambling firms to expect serious complications when receiving data from the EU after Brexit and could only shrug when asked what companies could do to avoid...
The UK government has instructed gambling firms to ensure they adhere to shifting data processing requirements and other new rules in the event of a no-deal Brexit, among a list of warnings...
Gibraltar's government is very unhappy about the prospect of a no-deal Brexit, but believes it already has headed off the potential "worst-case scenario" of several months of four-hour daily queues...
UK bookmaker bet365 has said it will expand its Malta base and scale back in Gibraltar, citing complications from Brexit.
Delays in the Brexit process, coupled with a landmark tax agreement signed in March between Spain and the UK, have eased border fears in Gibraltar and freed up opportunities for the online...
The Chief Minister of gambling-friendly Gibraltar has reversed himself on Brexit, calling for the UK's petition to leave the European Union to be revoked and denouncing "kamikaze leavers" who are...
BetVictor’s chief executive has said the bookmaker has no current plans to move its online gambling unit out of Gibraltar, but the prospect of an unruly no-deal Brexit makes him nervous about an ...
Brexit uncertainties are muddying the future of horseracing in Europe, prompting the British Horseracing Association to prepare itself for the unwelcome possibility of the UK's “no-deal” departure...
A transition period post-Brexit will be an “important cushion” for Gibraltar to be able to adjust to the new world that follows the UK leaving the European Union, its Chief Minister has said.
A “fairly final” UK agreement with the Spanish Prime Minister means Brexit pressure on Gibraltar’s online gambling and financial services industries has eased, as long as the UK does not crash out...
A no-deal Brexit threatens to have a major impact on the participation of horses from abroad in UK racing, including the Grand National less than week after the UK is set to leave the EU,...
Racing betting receipts declined substantially in Ireland during the first half of 2018 due to bad weather postponements and a continuing drift to betting online, as the industry gropes for...
A chaotic no-deal Brexit could leave UK-based online gambling operators marooned from the European Union, according to trade and gambling lawyers.
Gibraltar has boosted online gambling licensing fees and lowered its tax rate as it tries to retain licensees in the face of the risk of a nasty or early Brexit.
The UK bookmaker bet365 is planning to expand its operations in Malta without moving its online hub from Gibraltar, as online gambling operators hedge their bets against potential Brexit harm.
As Brexit uncertainty looms, gambling regulators from Malta and Gibraltar have held “high-level discussions” about closer cooperation on licensing issues, regulators from both states have confirmed.
The British government has pledged to let gambling and financial firms based in Gibraltar continue to offer services freely in the UK until 2020, even in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

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