Gambling With Lives: UK operators “scaremongering” over black market threat

Campaigners highlight “totally inadequate” protection provided by licensed operators in letter to UK Culture Secretary

The black market’s contribution to gambling-related harm in the UK has been “overstated” by the licensed industry, according to a group of campaigners to have suffered from gambling addiction. In a letter to UK Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden, the 30-strong group Gambling With Lives dismissed the threat posed to the regulated market by unlicensed sites…

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