UK’s Conservatives withdraw support from candidates in gambling probe: Report

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Britain’s Conservative Party has withdrawn support from two parliamentary candidates “as a result of ongoing internal inquiries,” relating to alleged bets placed on the timing of a July 4 national election, the Times reported on Tuesday.

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The Times report, which cited a statement from the party, named Craig Williams and Laura Saunders as the two candidates.

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