Legal challenge against remote gambling tax in the UK falters before EU court –

Posted June 15th, 2017 in corporation tax, EC law, gambling, Gibraltar, news by sally

‘A legal challenge brought against changes to the way remote gambling operations are taxed in the UK has faltered before the EU’s highest court.’

Full Story, 13th June 2017


High Court rejects legal challenge against reforms to remote gambling regime –

‘A legal challenge against UK government plans to reform remote gambling regulation and licensing in Great Britain has failed.’

Full story, 10th October 2014


Gambling law reforms to have effect from 1 October but prior High Court ruling expected on legal challenge –

Posted September 19th, 2014 in consumer protection, gambling, Gibraltar, licensing, news by tracey

‘A new regulatory and licensing regime for online and other remote gambling activity in Great Britain is set to come into effect from the beginning of next month after the UK parliament passed an order specifying 1 October as the date of commencement for the new regime.’

Full story, 18th September 2014


Gibraltar row: UK considering ‘unprecedented’ legal action – BBC News

“The UK government is considering legal action against Spain over the imposition of additional border checks in Gibraltar, Downing Street has said.”

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BBC News, 12th August 2013


Chief Justice Derek Schofield to be removed from office – The Times

Posted December 8th, 2008 in Gibraltar, judges, news, professional conduct by sally

“The Chief Justice of Gibraltar faces dismissal by five UK law lords after a damning inquiry report by British judges on Friday called for his removal from office. ”

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The Times, 7th December 2008