Online gambling faces fresh restrictions

Gambling regulation in the UK appears headed for a shake-up. The commission has been criticised by some MPs for being toothless and ill-equipped to cope with the shift online. At the end of last month, the government quietly announced a consultation on how the regulator should be funded, with an acknowledgment that it was a small organisation, given the size of the industry it had to police.

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