Gambling Commission fails to protect 395,000 problem gamblers, finds House of Commons Public Accounts Committee

In a report published Sunday 28 June 2020, the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee says the Gambling Commission is not proactively influencing gambling operators to improve protections, and consistently lags behind moves in the gambling industry. Where gambling operators fail to act responsibly, consumers do not have the same rights to redress as in other sectors. Read the press release and full report here.