EPIC and Whysup ‘continue to make real change’ with partnership renewal August 19, 2020 StumbleUpon Related Articles Share UKGC outlines changes to society lotteries and LCCP conditions July 30, 2020 ‘Pent-up demand’ for live sports drives gambling pick-up in June August 17, 2020 Share Submit Matchbook has been given the green light to resume operations in the UK, after the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) lifted the suspension of registered holding company Triplebet’s remote operating licence.The operator stated that it has ‘implemented significant improvements to its compliance practices’ after the regulator Triplebet’s pool betting, betting intermediary and remote casino licences under Section 116 of the 2005 Gambling Act.On 17 February the UKGC forced Matchbook to suspend its UK services and transactions, informing its customers that its operations had been placed under investigationThe UKGC investigation found that Triplebet failed to monitor business relationships and due diligence checks into members of gambling syndicates.A Matchbook spokesperson said: “This announcement marks the culmination of many months of hard work and investment across our entire business.“We are extremely proud of the dedication and commitment of our staff during a very challenging economic period that has enabled Matchbook to once again offer a much improved exchange platform to UK residents as we continue to grow our market share and deliver an industry leading platform and liquidity pool for our customers.”“We’re pleased to announce that our license suspension has been lifted and we are working hard to get the site back up and running as soon as possible,” the statement said. “We can’t wait to welcome you all back to Matchbook in the coming days.”
Scores of diabetic patients in Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) have been complaining of having to incur additional expenses to purchase insulin medication and also the syringes for them to receive their treatment at the Suddie Public Hospital.The State-run medical facility is without insulin injections and syringes since late January, and although requests were made for additional supplies, there still remains a shortage.According to patients, they are given prescriptions to purchase the insulin and syringes and to return to have doctors administer same.This is causing great inconvenience, as many patients cannot afford to purchase the medication.Recently, several persons were admitted to the Hospital for hypertension and there is very little that medical practitioners can do. Pensioners are predominately affected, since they cannot afford to purchase the medication needed.“It seem as if we have to reserve to alternative measures of eating cucumber to lower we pressure, I have been never out of tablets or injections… it’s frustrating, I cannot afford this, my pension has to maintain me and I can’t ask my children,” a poor pensioner from Marias Lodge related.Residents are therefore calling on Public Health Minister, Dr George Norton to immediately intervene, since the situation had become extremely burdensome.Guyana Times was also made to understand that the Hospital is in need of additional medical supplies. A visit to the Suddie Public Hospital Pharmacy on Thursday revealed that essential medications are in short supply.