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Gambling Bill

Asked if the Government was anticipating any difficulty with the Gambling Bill on Monday, the PMOS said that it wasn’t his job to anticipate anything. Nor did he think it would be wise to pre-empt the debate in the House of Commons. The Government believed that it had put forward the case for the Bill effectively. 90% of the Bill related to the regulation and modernisation of the gambling industry. Only 10% was about measures to deal with a possible limited increase in the number of new casinos.

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