Many people in the United Kingdom are preaching gambling reforms ahead of the publishing of the notorious white paper. The latter is expected to modernize Britain’s gambling laws and make them adequate for the current age. However, not everyone is buying the pro-reforms rhetoric. MP Mark Jenkinson certainly doesn’t. Jenkinson,
QIPCO British Champions Series has named two of horseracing’s greats to be formally inducted into the QIPCO British Champions Series Hall of Fame, the official Hall of Fame for British Flat racing, with a special induction ceremony due to take place on QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot this Saturday.
Kirk Stevens, a 39-year-old engineer at Rolls-Royce in Derby, UK, and his 40-year-old live-in girlfriend Laura Hoyle were over the moon in March last year when it turned out that the lottery ticket Laura was buying on a weekly basis instead of paying rent scooped £10,000 ($11,800) a month for
Content provider to the iGaming industry Pragmatic Play has donated £100,000 ($105,319) to the British Red Cross as part of the organization’s Ukraine Crisis Appeal. With the continuing humanitarian crisis in the country, the donation will be used to support the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement response. In just seven
A new independent soccer regulator will govern the sport in the United Kingdom. The idea has been introduced by the country’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) which wants to improve the relationship between soccer and its fans. The DCMS Plans to Introduce an Independent Regulator According to
The Foundation for the Horse, the charitable arm of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP), announced today a donation of $50,000 to help horses in Ukraine and neighboring countries. The Foundation is distributing the money through its partnership with the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) and its charitable arm
Joan Parker-Grennan, a 53-year old bookkeeper, is taking Camelot, which holds the license to run the National Lottery, to the High Court after the company denied paying out her £1,000,000 ($1.31million) jackpot from a scratchcard game. A Happy Win Turns into Seven-Year Spat with the Lottery Joan, who lives with