Interview: UK measures failing to halt FOBT growth, campaign group warns

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Financial results released last week by Ladbrokes and William Hill have proved that the implementation of a £50 threshold on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBT) in the UK has failed to halt the growth of the controversial gambling machines.

Last April, the UK government introduced new rules to ensure that gamblers have to tell staff or open an online account if they want to bet more than £50 of their own money at a time.

Read the full article in Totally Gaming online.

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