The Government has promised to review gambling legislation but patience is running out amid worries that the industry could be used for money laundering.
A boom in online and mobile gaming has seen licensed gambling grow by 57 percent in a decade fuelling worries about the human cost.
Betting companies in Great Britain enjoyed a yield of 11.3billion (bets placed less winnings paid out) in 2018-19, with gambling duties of 3billion going to the Treasury.
MPs including former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith have written to Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden, urging him not to delay reform, stating: Enough is enough.
A House of Lords report last month warned of a perfect storm of addictive 24/7 gambling, claiming that…
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