Victoria Coren Mitchell writes another column in the Guardian about problem gambling:
“Since my column last week about fixed-odds betting terminals, I’ve been getting hundreds of messages a day. Ninety-five percent of them agree with my view that these high-stakes modern slot machines should be restricted. I don’t think I’ve ever written a column that encountered more assent – or less dissent – apart from the one about “funeral crashers” who skulked around misleading the bereaved in hope of free booze. Not many people came out in support of those guys.”
Read the full story in The Guardian.