Labour’s Jo Stevens delivered a ruthless burn to Theresa May during the first Prime Minister’s Questions of the new Parliament.
The Cardiff Central MP wants to see a crackdown on casino-like betting machines, one which tens of thousands of pounds are lost by gamblers every year.
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There are no economic benefits to the forms of gambling which are reliant on technology rather than labour, says the Campaign for Fairer Gambling.
The UK’s competition watchdog is investigating gambling operators on concerns they are “unfairly holding on to people’s money.”
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is probing whether the companies are misleading consumers with special sign-up promotions.
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Online gambling companies will have the change their “unfair” sign-up deals or face a legal challenge after the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announced that it was launching enforcement action against operators that it believes to be breaking consumer law.
Read the full story in The Telegraph.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling reflects on the Queen’s Speech and looks ahead to any future policy changes on fixed odds betting terminal stake levels.