The “Crack Cocaine of Gambling” Myth

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Author Christopher Snowdon is at it again, firing back at “Britain’s nanny state” which wants to ruin our fun.

Today the Institute of Economic Affairs has published his new paper, Fixed-odds betting terminals: A briefing, which challenges the myth that gambling addiction is on the rise and that Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs) – the so-called ‘crack cocaine of gambling’ – are to blame.

Read his report here

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