Gambling Commission: A Hampton implementation review report

Abstract

A reviews of the Gambling Commission undertaken at the invitation of HM Treasury and focusing on the assessment of regulatory performance against the Hampton principles and Macrory characteristics of effective inspection and enforcement. Finds, among other things, that the policy imperatives behind the prevention of problem gambling in some cases seemed to obscure an understanding of the economic benefits resulting from the sector's work (for instance, in providing employment).

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