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  • Gambling Commission unlikely to look at Higgins snooker case

    By Nick Harris 2 May 2010 An investigation by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association into allegations that the world No1, John Higgins, agreed to accept money to lose frames is likely to start and end with the WPBSA and is unlikely to involve the Gambling Commission, let alone the police, sportingintelligence understands. The Commission […]

  • Anti-corruption experts: UK needs sports integrity unit

    By Nick Harris 1 February 2010 Britain needs a multi-sport anti-corruption unit with wide-ranging powers to tackle the threat of betting-related malpractice, according to a substantial government-commissioned report, published today. The Sports Betting Intelligence Unit, which will be based at the Gambling Commission if it comes to fruition, has been proposed by Rick Parry, the […]

  • Higgins hungry for Masters as snooker starts new era with fresh appetite

    8 January 2010 The first snooker tournament of the new year and a new era starts on Sunday at Wembley arena when The Masters gets underway. The old regime at World Snooker –  the commercial arm of the WPBSA governing body – was swept away last month when Sir Rodney Walker was deposed as chairman. […]

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