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Online casinos gaming trade body iGGBA has withdrawn membership from The Gambling Federation in a noble act of self-policing. But with a general election looming and time running out for the new legislation, online gambling regulation faces a toothless future. A general election date of 5 May looks evermore certain, following the results of an ICM poll published in the Guardian this week that show Labour eight points ahead of the Conservatives, their biggest lead since December.

The chances are, then, that the Gambling Bill – that long developed and scrutinised piece of legislation – will not be passed, despite all those assurances from the DCMS that the timetable was sound.

The reason is simply that the Government appears to have run out of time. In recent election years, parliament has been dissolved roughly 30 days ahead of the proposed election date. If 5 May is indeed the date, and the simple fact that not a single MP appears to be briefing otherwise indicates that it will be, then parliament will be dissolved on Tuesday 5 April.

Considering Easter takes place this coming weekend, that would leave a total of six working days to get the bill out of the committee stage, back for a third reading in the Lords and then back to the Commons for MPs to vote on any amendments.

Of course, the Government could make the bill a priority and force it through. The main bone of contention now lies with the cap on regional, large and small bricks-and-mortar casinos of eight each.

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