UK Gambling Reform White Paper To Be Delayed Again Until After May 9th
UK gambling review white paper faces further delay until after May 9 return of parliament, due to write-round process and pre-election sensitivity period.
The UK government's much-anticipated white paper on gambling reform, which will include plans for affordability checks, may not be published until after parliament returns on May 9, due to repeated delays.
A 'write-round' process, in which other government departments are informed of policy and give feedback, has yet to begin.
The pre-election sensitivity period known as 'purdah' before the May 4 local elections may also cause further delay.