Tory adviser takes gaming job as PM warns of ‘£100 a go’ machines

Posted on January 10, 2014 by admin
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David Cameron’s election guru announced he was accepting a job with the main gambling lobbyist in the United States — on the day the Prime Minister warned of the dangers of gaming machines.

Jim Messina, who oversaw President Obama’s re-election campaign and was hired by the Conservatives in August, has accepted a job with the American Gaming Association (AGA).

Read the full article in The Times online.