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Top Conservative official takes leave of absence amid new election betting allegations

  • Chief data officer Nick Mason from the Conservative Party is being investigated by the Gambling Commission, amid claims of using inside knowledge for betting on election dates. The party has not commented.
  • Senior Conservative officials are implicated in a scandal over alleged use of internal information to win election date bets.
  • Cabinet Minister Michael Gove condemned the use of inside information for betting as "deeply wrong" and "reprehensible" on BBC News.
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