Liberalisation has gone too far. Fixed-odds betting terminals are fleecing deprived communities
On a damp spring evening in the backstreets of Hammersmith the fair-haired young man with a posh Home Counties accent seemed out of place in a room full of broken dreams. It was his first night at Gamblers Anonymous and he had refused an initial invitation to stand and speak. Eventually he found the courage.
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