West Norfolk MP demands urgent reform of gambling regulations
A West Norfolk MP has called for urgent reforms of gambling regulation amid fears the system is "stacked against" vulnerable customers.
North West Norfolk MP James Wild has spoken out today following the publication of a report by the House of Commons' Public Accounts Committee, of which he is a member.
The report called for an urgent review of current gambling laws, plus a plan, to be drawn up within three months, to develop better understanding of gambling problems and more effective regulation.
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