A High Court case brought by a problem gambler against bookmaker William Hill is set to draw widespread media attention to self exclusion agreements, as well as compelling gambling operators to formulate more comprehensive exclusion policies and procedures, as per their obligations under the 2005 Gambling Act. The attention of the mainstream media has been drawn to the case of Graham Calvert, the former greyhound trainer now suing leading High Street bookmaker William Hill for more than £2m over an alleged breach of a self exclusion agreement between the two parties.
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