- 150 Lords demand "urgent and radical" overhaul
- List of demands includes sports sponsorship ban
- July Gambling Commission data shows little change
More than 150 members of the UK’s House of Lords have assembled to pile pressure on the government to get a "radical" overhaul of the country’s Gambling Act underway.
A new pressure group, which claims to have grown to more than 150 people in just a few days, has formed from members of the UK legislature’s unelected upper house.
Peers for Gambling Reform (PGR) published a list of its demands this weekend, based largely on the comprehensive report produced this summer by the House of Lords Gambling Industry Committee.
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