Manchester City Council call for roulette restrictions to limit ‘crack coke of gambling’

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Manchester City Council has thrown its weight behind a campaign to put restrictions on addictive roulette machines dubbed the ‘crack cocaine of gambling’.

The proposal to restrict fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) – which can take bets of up to £100 every 20 seconds – have been brought forward by Newham Council and are now being backed by a number of local authorities across the country.

Read the full article from Mancunian Matters online.

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