Under questioning from a House of Lords select committee, Starling Bank revealed it will not step in to restrict a customer’s freedom to spend until their gambling places them in debt.
Svenska Spel and the Swedish Football Association have heavily criticised betting caps proposed by the Swedish Gambling Authority for not being tough enough on match-fixing.
UK operators and the Betting and Gaming Council have told lawmakers they would like to see the impending Gambling Act review to look at a licensing scheme for affiliates, affordability checks and...
The most senior Dutch gambling regulator has asked the industry to behave better than in neighbouring countries, in the hopes that the Netherlands can avoid the now familiar path of political...
The Swedish Gambling Authority (Spelinspektionen) has proposed banning bets on red and yellow cards, penalty kicks and double faults in tennis, as part of an effort to curb match-fixing.
The UK gambling regulator is set to introduce a ban on online gambling with credit cards this week.
The Queen confirms that the UK Gambling Act will be reviewed; a former New South Wales regulator blasts the minimal fines that are handed out for illegal advertising; and the U.S. Department of...
The Irish greyhound industry must take decisive action over declining attendance levels, loss-making stadia in poor conditions and animal welfare, according to a long-awaited independent analysis...
Australia has released the findings of a longitudinal survey that show a link between teenagers who play video games that simulate gambling and developing gambling problems in the future.
The UK’s advertising code watchdogs have launched a public consultation on amendments that would allow for children and young people to appear in adverts for lottery providers promoting their...
Olympic Casino Group Baltija (OCGB), a subsidiary of Estonia-based Olympic Entertainment Group, plans to close a small number of betting shops and category B slot halls in Lithuania as part of a...
In a key Dutch parliamentary debate on secondary legislation for the country’s Remote Gambling Act, tougher advertising regulations and the prospect of extending the "cooling-off period" once again...
Finland’s government is to lead a parliamentary review of its gambling market against a backdrop of continued criticism for state-owned operator Veikkaus, but MPs look set to defend the country’s...
Sweden’s consumer authority says it has identified a link between loot boxes and problem gambling, warning that some video games may even be in breach of gambling law.
UK politicians are maintaining pressure on the gambling industry with a new government review into gambling-related harms and the introduction of a bill that would prohibit using credit to gamble...
A public consultation will be held on problem gambling in Northern Ireland after figures revealed rates of addiction up to four times worse than other parts of the UK.

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