Resignation Stopped FOBT Cut Becoming A Brexit Casualty, Says Crouch

The former UK gambling minister who quit in protest over delays to fixed-odds betting terminal (FOBT) stake cuts has said that if not for her resignation, we could still be waiting for the changes to take effect.

Reflecting on her decision to quit as sports minister in October, the MP for Chatham and Aylesford, Tracey Crouch, said that she has no regrets — and that the current parliamentary stagnation brought on by Brexit has only reinforced that feeling.

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