Gambling industry turning blind eye to dirty money, says deputy Labour leader – Independent.ie


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Gambling industry turning blind eye to dirty money, says deputy Labour leader
Independent.ie
Gambling industry turning blind eye to dirty money, says deputy Labour leader. Tom Watson made the comments as it emerged William Hill has been fined for ‘systemic social responsibility and money laundering failures’. William Hill breached anti-money
William Hill fined £6.2m by Gambling CommissionThe Guardian
William Hill could have prevented Gambling Commission embarrassmentCity A.M.
William Hill fine ‘could go up’, Gambling Commission saysBBC News
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Tom Edmonds (Harris Hagan) will join the AML/Responsible Gambling discussion at Prague Gaming Summit 2018 – iGaming Business


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Tom Edmonds (Harris Hagan) will join the AML/Responsible Gambling discussion at Prague Gaming Summit 2018
iGaming Business
The most important boutique style gaming conference in Prague is going to welcome leading experts of the online gambling industry on the 29th of March at Andel’s by Vienna House Prague. The second edition of Prague Gaming Summit is gathering new and

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SA Best gambling policy ‘deal-maker and deal-breaker’, Nick Xenophon says – The Guardian


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SA Best gambling policy ‘deal-maker and deal-breaker’, Nick Xenophon says
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SA Best’s policy also proposes the removal of Eftpos access near poker machines and a ban on political donations from the gambling industry. A “buyback” scheme would be introduced to support more than 140 venues with 10 or fewer machines, but Xenophon
SA-BEST reveals gambling reformsIllawarra Mercury
SA election: Nick Xenophon unveils his party’s gambling policyThe Australian
SA election: Xenophon drops ‘No Pokies’ push for reduction in poker …ABC Online
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Adam Silver Touts Virtues of NBA’s Intellectual Property In Support of 1% Gambling Integrity Fee – Forbes


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Adam Silver Touts Virtues of NBA’s Intellectual Property In Support of 1% Gambling Integrity Fee
Forbes
The proposal has been met with resistance from major international sports books, as well gambling industry trade groups, which have likened the fee to a levy that could imperil the lifeblood of their operations. For a Nevada sports book that pays a top
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says league studying possible playoff format changeNBA.com

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