Cross-party thinktank calls for monthly £100 affordability limit on UK players

Social Market Foundation report also recommends penalising firms for operating from overseas tax territories

UK gamblers who fail strict affordability checks should be limited to £100 a month, according to a new report from cross-party thinktank, the Social Market Foundation (SMF). The report claims a “socially acceptable” affordability limit for the lowest income households is approximately £23 per week, or £100 a month. It suggests any bettor staking above…

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