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  • Bookies reject underage gambling criticism

    Bookmakers have defended themselves against criticism over underage gambling, claiming the latest age verification tests show companies have hit a 100% success rate. The Association of British Bookmakers said the industry took underage gambling “extremely seriously”.

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