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(From Government News Network)
Former Liverpool Football Club chief executive Rick Parry today recommends that a national cross-sports integrity unit be established to best tackle the threat of betting corruption in sport.
The proposal is one of the key recommendations in a report from Parry, and a panel of sports betting integrity experts, that was commissioned by Sports Minister Gerry Sutcliffe last June. This was prompted by Sutcliffe's concern with the number of suspicious betting cases being reported to the Gambling Commission.
The report recommends that the proposed Sports Betting Intelligence Unit must be efficient in its handling of intelligence …