Head of British Gambling Commission resigns


Neil McArthur steps down, leaving regulator without a chief executive amid Gambling Act review

The head of the Gambling Commission is to step down, leaving the UK’s gambling regulator without a chief executive in the middle of a government review into laws governing the sector.

Neil McArthur resigned with immediate effect, with a search for an interim chief executive due to begin shortly.

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