BGC rails against anti-gambling-led “hysteria”

Trade body CEO Michael Dugher slams “mendacious” prohibitionists, claiming groups are attempting to negatively influence gambling act review

Betting and Gaming Council (BGC) CEO Michael Dugher has questioned the influence of anti-gambling groups on the forthcoming 2005 Gambling Act review, claiming they are attempting to generate “hysteria” surrounding problem gambling in order to bring forward strict changes. Writing on the Politics Home website, Dugher welcomed government sentiment that the review, the biggest shake-up…

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