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Fourth Tory embroiled in betting probe

23 June 2024

6:39 PM

23 June 2024

6:39 PM

Is there anyone in CCHQ currently not under investigation? The Sunday Times today reports that Nick Mason, the chief data officer of the Conservative Party, is now being probed by the Gambling Commission over allegations he placed ‘dozens of bets’ in the run up to the election being announced. With just 11 days to go until polling day, he has been forced to take a leave of absence – hardly the best look in the middle of the election campaign…

Mason becomes the fourth Tory to be probed by the commission.

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