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Lottery lets children gamble £350 a week online

The National Lottery is exploiting a loophole that allows children to gamble hundreds of pounds a week online. Children as young as 16 can spend up to £350 a week gambling on games such as Bingo Millionaire, Fruity £500s and Treasure Temple, which offers a top prize of £500,000. The normal minimum age for gambling is 18, leaving Camelot, which runs the lottery, having exclusive access to a teenage market denied to other betting firms – Sunday Times

Boris Johnson exclusive interview: We will not need another national lockdown  – Sunday Telegraph

Beatrice beams with joy as she weds Edoardo in ceremony with Queen – Sunday Express

Now civil servants claim they ‘do not feel comfortable’ with a Treasury room named after Winston Churchill – Mail on Sunday

Pressure from Trump led to 5G ban, Britain tells Huawei – Observer

COMMENT

Face masks turn us into voiceless submissives – and it’s not science forcing us to wear them, it’s politics – Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday

Marxist drive to cover up our past is no way to come to terms with it – Andrew Roberts, Sunday Telegraph

Twitter has corrupted liberal media – cartoonist Steve Bell’s cancellation is a knife to free speech – Simon Heffer, Sunday Telegraph

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