Gambling industry turning blind eye to dirty money, says deputy Labour leader – AOL UK


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Gambling industry turning blind eye to dirty money, says deputy Labour leader
AOL UK
The gambling industry is turning a “blind eye to dirty money”, the deputy Labour leader has said, after William Hill was fined £6.2 million for systemic failures. A Gambling Commission investigation revealed that between November 2014 and August 2016
William Hill fined £6.2m by Gambling CommissionThe Guardian
William Hill fine ‘could go up’, Gambling Commission saysBBC News
William Hill fined £6.2m for money laundering failuresThe Times

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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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William Hill paid £500000 to Dundee City Council following fraudster’s conviction – The Courier


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William Hill paid £500000 to Dundee City Council following fraudster’s conviction
The Courier
Gambling giant William Hill handed Dundee City Council £500,000 following the conviction of IT fraudster Mark Conway. Conway was jailed in 2017 after he was found to have defrauded the local authority out of £1.065 million through an elaborate

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William Hill struggle highlights issues for betting industry – The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

William Hill struggle highlights issues for betting industry
The Sydney Morning Herald
Late one Friday night in early 2013, Australia’s soon-to-be federal treasurer, Joe Hockey, tapped out a message on Twitter. “It’s just wrong to have a bookie so involved in the coverage of footy,” he wrote. SHARE; Share on Facebook SHARE; Share on

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