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Cashless is coming, ready or not

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As the war on cash continues to be successfully waged, a new minister heading up the DCMS represents a fresh chance for the industry to put its case forward, argues Sam Spencer. At the end of this month a court case will decide whether ATMs inside shops will be classed as independent premises, and if so, they will become taxable...

FOBT stake leak branded “fake news” by Tracey Crouch

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It took sport and civil society minister Tracey Crouch little over 12 hours to dismiss reports that Philip Hammond, chancellor of the exchequer, was attempting to “shelve” a review of FOBT maximum stakes.   Last Saturday DCMS minister Tracey Crouch tweeted “fake news” to a report the day previous that the chancellor of the exchequer had blocked efforts to reduce the...

Can you really enter a slot machine trance whilst playing?

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Media Watch explores claims by the Daily Mail which propose that gamblers enter a “slot machine zone” trance whilst playing.   The Daily Mail has published details of a report which argues that certain slot machine players enter a trance while playing. Gamblers who feel like they enter into a ‘trance’ while playing slot machines are more likely to have gambling problems,...

Analysis controversy over fraudulent Lottery claim

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Media Watch delves into the current controversy over lottery fraud in this week’s column.   The Gambling Commission has come in for criticism over its handling of a fraudulent National Lottery win, courtesy of the Daily Mail. A Gambling Commission report into a £2.5million jackpot scooped by a convicted rapist found there was evidence the claim was likely to be fraudulent. Edward Putman...

It’s the end of the world as bingo knows it

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Mediawatch delves into a spot of bingo-powered doomsday predictions. This week finds a warning from the Daily Mail warning you to be careful about where you get your bingo. The leader of the defunct Agape doomsday cult is raising funds through a Swiss bingo scheme to fund operations in Fiji, it has been revealed. Cult leader Rocco Leo fled to Fiji after...

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