Fyson on ... blinkered outlook on the rationale for a super casino

Blinkered outlook on the rationale for a super casino that was caused by test requirements. It seems as though a belated rebellion against the liberalisation of gaming law helped to motivate last week's House of Lords overthrow of the Casino Advisory Panel (CAP) report on the location of new casinos. It was the wrong argument for the occasion, the 2005 Gambling Act having already set the context, but it still helped to bring the government strategy to a shuddering halt.

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