Blitz on ‘crack cocaine’ betting machines set to be launched after Philip Hammond backs down over fears of lost tax … – Daily Mail


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Blitz on ‘crack cocaine’ betting machines set to be launched after Philip Hammond backs down over fears of lost tax …
Daily Mail
Ministers are planning a clampdown on ‘crack cocaine’ gambling machines after Chancellor Philip Hammond backed down over the issue. Fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) have long caused concerns among campaigners including the Church of …

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Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor to break UK gambling records and attract up to £300m-worth of bets as punters … – Daily Mail


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Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor to break UK gambling records and attract up to £300m-worth of bets as punters …
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Between now and fight night, the fight is expected to garner up to £100m in bets on Betfair’s and ‘easily’ reach £200-300m across the UK’s high-street gambling industry. Punters and pundits are hardly singing from the same hymn sheet, however, with …
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Hammer-wielding gambling addict smashed up SEVEN William Hill bookmakers in revenge attacks after losing … – Daily Mail


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Hammer-wielding gambling addict smashed up SEVEN William Hill bookmakers in revenge attacks after losing …
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He said he started a forum against the gambling industry and campaigned to try to highlight the problems gamblers face without the help of betting companies. ‘He said he didn’t regret causing the damage and that he was willing to face the consequence

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Holders of Paddy Power Betfair shares bracing for a hit as CEO to step down – Independent.ie


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Holders of Paddy Power Betfair shares bracing for a hit as CEO to step down
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In the UK, the betting industry has been facing pressure over the use of controversial fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) which have been called the “crack cocaine of gambling”. But that pressure may recede after a ‘Daily Mail’ report over the

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