Glasgow pays higher price for its addiction to gambling machines

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Glasgow is losing more to fixed-odds betting terminals than any other council area in the country, according to research.

The machines, dubbed the crack cocaine of gambling, are costing Scotland’s largest city £27 million a year in lost money, health expenses and job problems associated with addiction to the terminals.

Read the full story in The Times.

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