Flutter calls on state to create gambling regulator
Legislation governing gambling is considered inadequate given the rise of online betting
Flutter has called on the Irish government to work with the gambling industry and other bodies to develop a regulator for the sector.
Pádraig Ó Ríordáin, chief legal officer and group commercial director of the Paddy Power owner, said that there have been several delays in the plans to regulate the industry in Ireland.
James Browne, the Fianna Fáil junior justice minister with responsibility for gambling, said in October...
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