‘Paternalistic’ restrictions won’t address problem gambling
Emily Carver writes for Conservative Home
IEA Research featured in the Racing Post
Snowdon argues that there is no need for more anti-gambling measures to stop problem gambling. Instead, “regulated online operators use a range of practical harm reduction measures which advance the government’s objectives without infringing the rights of the average punter or handing a competitive advantage to the unregulated sector”.
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