UK Gambling Minister reassures industry and praises charity initiative
UK gambling minister Stuart Andrew has offered reassurance on gambling reforms and praised a charity initiative in the gambling industry
Stuart Andrew, Britain's gambling minister, has expressed support for a charity initiative in the gambling industry and reassured bookmakers and bettors about upcoming gambling reforms.
In an article, he addresses concerns raised by the racing industry regarding the potential impact of new regulations on punters and revenues.
Andrew highlights that formal consultations will be launched by the government and the Gambling Commission to ensure the right measures are in place to protect vulnerable gamblers.
He also discusses financial risk checks and the review of the horserace betting levy.
Additionally, bookmakers participating in the Britannia Stakes race at Royal Ascot donated £277,000 to several charitable organizations.