Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says he is prepared to rip up Crown Resorts’ licence to run its Melbourne casino if a newly announced royal commission recommends it.
- Mr Andrews said the government would aim to implement all recommendations
- The opposition accused the government of previously sweeping the NSW findings under a rug
- The Premier said he would not apologise for setting up the “most formal” legal process to interrogate Crown’s licence suitability
The state government announced the inquiry into the gaming giant’s suitability to operate its Southbank casino in the wake of a scathing NSW report handed down earlier this month.
The Bergin inquiry found Crown Resorts was not suitable to hold a licence for its Barangaroo casino…