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“If it looks like a duck, sounds like a duck and walks like a duck it’s unlikely to be a horse.” One of the problems with regulating gambling in a relatively permissive society like Great Britain is that the target simply refuses to stand still. Changes...

“Not so much the issue of whether DFS is legal under existing relevant law, but rather whether DFS should be legal.” It doesn’t waddle or quack but DFS looks very like a substitute for a sports betting duck to the untutored eye. The title quote comes...

This week, Olswang and Regulus Partners co-hosted Sir Alan Budd, one of Britain’s foremost economists and the man who chaired the 2001 Gambling Review Body (whose report gave rise to the Gambling Act 2005). Sir Alan recounted his experiences from that time, explaining the processes,...