High street betting machines hook 120k Brits and cost communities £1.2bn

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Addictive high street betting machines hit the poorest hardest and have hooked 120,000 users, research reveals today.

Experts say the cost of problem gambling on fixed-odds betting terminals has soared above £10million in the most deprived areas.

Read the full story in The Sun.

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