Delay follows advice to PM that proposals cannot be published until new Conservative leader in place

Proposals to reform gambling laws have been postponed for a fourth time amid turmoil at top of the Conservative party, sparking outrage from campaigners who warned the delay would cost lives.

Advisers to Boris Johnson concluded that a white paper, which was scheduled to go ahead next week, could not be published until a new leader of the Conservative party is elected to replace him as prime minister.

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