Bookies lobbying to retain £100-a-spin machines ‘infiltrated government’ by meeting civil servants or ministers 16 … – Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Bookies lobbying to retain £100-a-spin machines ‘infiltrated government’ by meeting civil servants or ministers 16
Daily Mail
Gambling industry lobbyists held meetings with civil servants or ministers in charge of betting policy 16 times in 11 months. Campaigners for gambling curbs claimed it showed the industry had open-door access to the Culture Department after talks took

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Fixed-odds bets: ‘crack cocaine of gambling’ under scrutiny – The Week UK


The Week UK

Fixed-odds bets: ‘crack cocaine of gambling’ under scrutiny
The Week UK
Bookmakers claim crackdown will devastate the gambling industry. Is this the end of the glory days of the fixed-odds betting terminals? Following a year-long government inquiry, the machines – which currently allow players to bet up to £300 per minute
Fixed odds betting terminals: Could crackdown spell the end for bookies?expressandstar.com
Key takeaways after government review commits to reduction of stake sizes on fixed odds betting terminalsCasinopedia

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