UK Gambling Bill 2004-2005
A Gambling Bill was introduced into the UK Parliament on October 18 2004. It aims to deregulate the gaming industry in the UK, and if enacted will allow the construction of a number of 'mega-casinos' in British city centres 
The Bill received Royal Assent on 7 April 2005, and became the Gambling Act
- Gambling Act 2005
- Department for Culture, Media and Sport/gambling & racing
- Patrick Wintour,"Casino and ID cards hit in deal on legislation", The Guardian, April 6 2005
- George Wright,"Q&A: The Gambling Bill ", The Guardian, October 20, 2004.
- Andrew Porter, "Gaming law peer linked to US casinos", The Sunday Times, January 30, 2005.
- Eddie Fremantle, "Bookies to prolong their 'slugging match'", The Observer, February 13, 2005.