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A JOB centre worker stole nearly £700 from accounts set up to help unemployed people to feed his gambling addiction.
Rajesh Masih, 42, a leader at his local church, built up debts betting on horses, dogs and roulette machines, Luton crown court heard today.
Prosecutor David Jenkins said Masih worked for the Department of Work and Pensions in Bedford, supporting job seekers trying to find work.
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