Andrew Rhodes said Gambling Commission would take a hard line towards ‘recidivist behaviours’ in industry

The acting boss of the Gambling Commission is to be given the job on a permanent basis, the Guardian understands, signalling government approval for his vow to crack down on gambling companies’ “recidivist behaviours” before a landmark industry review.

Andrew Rhodes became acting chief executive of the regulator in June 2021, after the sudden resignation of Neil McArthur.

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