Prime Minister’s gambling hypocrisy
Len Shackleton writes for CapX
Christopher Snowdon quoted in The Express
“It’s fine for Rishi Sunak to make a private £1,000 bet with Piers Morgan but under the government’s forthcoming anti-gambling laws, anyone placing a bet with an online bookmaker for the same amount would face intrusive affordability checks.”
“No doubt Mr Sunak would easily pass such a check but many ordinary punters will be uncomfortable sharing their private information just for the privilege of spending their own money.”
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Christopher recently criticised the government’s anti-gambling regulations in The Critic.