Since the launch of our first set of consultations on the Government's Gambling Act Review White Paper, there's been some misunderstandings around financial risk checks and what they really mean. We've answered some important questions to clarify the most frequent misconceptions.
With the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand reaching its final week and with England playing in the semi-final today, we thought it was a good time to share some findings about the impact of major sporting events.
Last week we caught up with our three stakeholder engagement groups (Academics and/or Policy, Industry and Lived Experience) to provide an update on the Gambling Survey for Great Britain (GSGB) project.
Almost a week has passed since Secretary of State for DCMS, Lucy Frazer, unveiled the Gambling Act Review White Paper in the House of Commons. At the same time, we published our advice to Government for the Review.
The Gambling Commission is a people-focused regulator that’s evidence-led. So we need the best data, the best research we can get, in order to do our job and make gambling safer, fairer and crime free here in Great Britain.
Last week was National Apprenticeship Week and I’m part of a small cohort of new starters here at the Gambling Commission who’ve chosen to start my career as an apprentice through a scheme launched by the Government Communications Service (GCS).