Ah, the BBC and it's parody of news.
On a story about match-fixing in football. The interviewee explains that betting occurs not just on goals-scored and victories but also things life balls out of bounds, offsides, corner kicks. So match-fixing occurs even at these more micro levels.
So the BBC interviewer asks for the obvious question (if you're partially lobotomised): "But governments can regulate the betting markets so they can make this stop, isn't that right?"
And here I thought the issue was match-fixing. Silly me.