Labour claims much-needed reform has been delayed due to deepening crisis within ruling Tory party

Long-awaited government proposals to reform gambling laws are now unlikely to to be published until May, the Guardian understands, in a fresh delay that prompted a Labour MP to urge that turmoil within the Tory party must not disrupt the process.

The department for digital, culture, media and sport (DCMS) launched a review of gambling laws in December 2020, amid mounting concern about addiction and children’s exposure through advertising and football sponsorship.

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