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GAMBLING Commission airman Peter Dean has been given a dressing down by angry ministers after 'humiliating' the government in an interview in The Times, earlier this month.
Richard Caborn, the Culture Minister, contacted Dean, on the last day of a skiing holiday to make his feelings known.
But hours after the article appeared, Dean repeated his view that the commission should not regulate onerously, in a letter to The Times.
The government is now planning to change the make-up of the commission by introducing at least one member with a specific brief for social responsibility, claims The Times.
In the original article, Dean said that Tessa …