Cameron wants a deal over a ‘crack cocaine’ gambling machines

Posted on January 8, 2014 by admin
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David Cameron has indicated he is willing to do a deal with Labour over restricting so-called “crack cocaine” betting machines.

The Prime Minister said he wanted to “work together” to address “problems” with high-speed, high-stakes fixed odds betting terminals.

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has opened a review into the machines, which will conclude in the spring.

Read the full article in The Daily Telegraph online.