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Letter: Logic breaks down.

Byline: Graham Malpas

IAN MACKENZIE states in his letter of September 16 that "the common factor with all racing jurisdictions offering better prize-money Hong Kong, America, France, Turkey, plus several others is that they have a Tote monopoly in some form".

It is very difficult to fault his analysis. He goes on to state: "A Tote monopoly in Britain is neither practical nor desirable, given the inefficiencies, high overheads and bureaucracy of monopolies."

That statement is illogical, given his earlier comments.

Graham Malpas Findon, Worthing
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Sep 19, 2007
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