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The Government is facing a legal challenge from four age verification companies over its failure to implement age-checks on pornographic websites.
By the end of March this year, all online gambling operators will have signed up to a new tool called GamStop which allows users to self-exclude from online gambling.
Politicians on the Isle of Man will debate whether to allow terminally ill people to end their own lives at a sitting of the Tynwald later this month.
A new Bill was introduced in the House of Lords on Monday (13 January) which aims to significantly improve support for modern slavery victims across England and Wales.
Three doctors are going on trial in Belgium, accused of unlawfully poisoning a patient who they helped to kill in April 2010.
Gambling using a credit card will soon be banned, in a move to try and protect problem gamblers and reduce gambling related harms.
Today marks the fifth anniversary since the Northern Ireland Human Trafficking and Exploitation Act received Royal Assent.
Today in the House of Commons, the Football Association (FA) came under sustained criticism over a recent deal which allowed betting companies like Bet365 to show clips from FA Cup matches.
In the Queen’s Speech just a few weeks ago, the Government announced they intend to bring back their no-fault divorce Bill in the new Parliament.
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