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Fixed-odds betting machine blow for campaigners

Campaigners in Kent calling for the removal of fixed-odds betting terminals from high streets have said they are angry that a review of the machines has been dropped by the government.

Chatham MP Tracey Crouch proposed the review after she became the minister with responsibility for gambling.

Matt Zarb-Cousin, from the Campaign for Fairer Gambling, said Ms Crouch has the support of 97 local authorities.

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