Mark Holland's blog
The UK is not somewhere you associate with corruption and match-fixing. In fact with the recent licensing laws, this is one of the most reputable jurisdictions of all. They went a little further this week, not just to clean things up – but to add a layer of polish on top.
Behind this move was the British Football Association – which oversees football from professional down to grass roots level. They organized the first Sports Betting Integrity Forum, which was held in London this week with representatives of both the betting industry and leaders from a wide range of sports too.