Betting machines as addictive as crack cocaine cost punters £8.5billion a year – and lead thousands of the most vulnerable people into desperate misery.
Gamblers as young as 18 can even use bank cards to blow £100 every 20 seconds on games such as roulette on the 33,345 consoles around Britain – the vast majority sited in dole-queue blackspots.
Today the Sunday People launches a campaign to crack down on the casino machines. We call for tough new laws to save punters from getting hooked.
Read the full article in The Mirror online.