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Plans to introduce a Gambling Commission on the island of Jersey off the French coast have been postponed pending the submission of further information on costs and methods, reports the BBC.
The formation of a Gambling Commission for the island, which is becoming active as an online gambling jurisdiction, has been proposed to license and regulate gambling operations and provide responsible gambling measures and facilities.
The week the governing States asked Senator Alan Maclean, the economic development minister, to provide more information on the proposed Commission, specifically how it would work and what sort of costs would be involved.
The minister had already outlined some details, but politicians felt they needed more information before the debate could continue.
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