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

Posted on September 3, 2017 by admin
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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 England over the ‘devastating’ effects they have on users.

Read the full story in The Daily Mail.