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Brigid Simmonds: As the Government’s gambling review continues, ministers should listen to what voters really think about betting
A YouGov poll found that 51 per cent of voters do not believe that politicians should set limits on how much they can bet.
Miles Briggs: The pandemic has hit betting shops hard. The Gambling Review must do nothing to hamper their recovery.
It’s vital that governments in London and Edinburgh do nothing to make things more difficult than they already are.
The Tories have an historic opportunity to turn Britain into a world leader in gambling harm prevention with a new Gambling Act
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport has to be prepared to act on the evidence.
Philip Smith: As the Government’s gambling review gets under way, here are some principles for action
We now have an opportunity to right some of the wrongs we are seeing within the industry to ensure that the most vulnerable are protected.
Scott Benton: We are right to reform the UK’s gambling laws – but we must not drive punters into the arms of the black market
A review should strike the right balance between protecting the vulnerable and not spoiling the enjoyment of people who enjoy a bet perfectly safely.