Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright warns banks and bookies to crack down on credit card gambling or see it banned

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THE Culture Secretary today warns bookies and banks to crack down on credit card gambling or face seeing it banned. Jeremy Wright will call in industry leaders for a dressing down next week. It comes ahead of a major Gambling Commission review next month on whether using credit cards to make online deposits deepens debt […]
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