- Gambling operators taking advantage as rules fail to keep pace, say Lords
- Report recommends licensing for affiliates, stake limits and ban on sports ads
- Gambling Commission says it wants more funding to meet challenges
UK operators have been exploiting light-touch regulation and fostering a "perfect storm" of addictive gambling, according to an all-encompassing report from the House of Lords.
A long-awaited report from the House of Lords Gambling Industry Committee delivers harsh criticism of the gambling industry, Gambling Commission and UK government for contributing to a situation where "on average a problem gambler commits suicide every day".
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