Gibraltar gamblers challenge UK betting tax

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A new tax on internet gambling which has the potential to raise around £300m, has received a legal challenge from gambling companies.

The Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association (GBGA) claims in a submission to the High Court of England and Wales that the new tax rules on gaming are “unlawful and disproportionate” and interfere with the “right to free movement of services” under European Union law.

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