The UK government’s review of gambling rules is now set to take place in May.


Long-awaited government measures to overhaul gambling regulations are now unlikely to be released until May, according to the Guardian, in yet another delay that has prompted a Labour MP to urge that the process not be hampered by internal Tory party strife.

In December 2020, the Department of Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport (DCMS) announced a review of gambling regulations, citing growing concerns about addiction and children’s exposure to gambling through advertisements and football sponsorship.

A white paper was supposed to be released by the end of 2021, however, it was postponed until early 2022 due to a cabinet upheaval that saw Chris Philp replace John Whittingdale as gaming minister.




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