British Politicians Visit Online Casinos in Parliament

By: Chris Woodgate     Date: 7th October 2013

British Politicians Visit Online Casinos in Parliament

Politicians were recorded accessing online gambling sites from Westminster

A controversial study has revealed how British politicians have been visiting online casinos and gambling online whilst they have been present in the Houses of Parliament.

A controversial study has revealed how British politicians have been visiting online casinos and gambling online whilst they have been present in the Houses of Parliament.
Statistics released showed that over 700,000 visits to online gambling sites were made every year from computers and mobile devices from within the Houses of Parliament with online betting sites accessed an average once every 45 minutes.
The staggering figures have drawn a lot of criticism from members of the public who are infuriated that members of parliament are using their time in Westminster to place bets and gamble their money rather than work constructively.
Robert Oxley of the Taxpayers Alliance said "Those in Parliament should spend their time working, not trawling the net for a chance to bet the house."
However, visits to online gambling sites were not the only controversial online activity recorded during the study. It was also confirmed that members of parliament had tried to access an adult website that helped people who were married start affairs with strangers. This occurred more than 200 times per day on average.A controversial study has revealed how British politicians have been visiting online casinos and gambling online whilst they have been present in the Houses of Parliament.

Statistics released showed that over 700,000 visits to online gambling sites were made every year from computers and mobile devices from within the Houses of Parliament with online betting sites accessed an average once every 45 minutes.

The staggering figures have drawn a lot of criticism from members of the public who are infuriated that members of parliament are using their time in Westminster to place bets and gamble their money rather than work constructively.

Robert Oxley of the Taxpayers Alliance said "Those in Parliament should spend their time working, not trawling the net for a chance to bet the house."

However, visits to online gambling sites were not the only controversial online activity recorded during the study. It was also confirmed that members of parliament had tried to access an adult website that helped people who were married start affairs with strangers. This occurred more than 200 times per day on average.

 

 

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