Published: 24 January 2022 by Felix Faulkner
The All Party Parliamentary Betting & Gaming Group (APBGG) has today published its findings following its investigation into the competency and effectiveness of the Gambling Commission.
The APBGG announced their intention to investigate back in Autumn 2021 through inviting industry operators and members for their comments and experiences of dealing with the Commission.
From the information obtained during this consultation, the findings focus on, what the APBGG believe, are the three main fundamental flaws of the Gambling Commission; acting ultra vires, breaching the Regulators Code, and lacking competence and/or effectiveness in undertaking its duties.
Six recommendations are made to the Government:
A copy of the report can be requested directly from the APPBGG’s website on the below link.
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