Money laundering, addiction and the social cancer of High Street betting shops

Posted on November 11, 2013 by admin
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When social historians assess the impact of the Blair administrations on the face of Britain they should examine the passing of the 2005 Gambling Act.

This was the legislation that allowed bookmaking firms to install so-called Fixed Odds Betting Terminals on any High Street in the land.

These machines are an electronically turbo-charged form of roulette, a game which hitherto had been restricted to membership-only casinos.

Read the full article in The Daily Mail online.