Posted on 3 May 2018
The Responsible Gambling Strategy Board has today published its annual assessment of how much progress has been made with delivering year two of the three year National Responsible Gambling Strategy.
The report summarises the progress that has been made in the delivery of the 12 Priority Actions in the Strategy, and identifies that more needs to be done to increase the pace of delivery over the next and final year.
RGSB Progress report 2017 - 2018
Notes to editors
1. The Responsible Gambling Strategy Board was set up in late 2008 to advise the Gambling Commission and, in turn, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, on research, education and treatment programmes needed to support a national responsible gambling strategy and associated funding requirements.
2. The Gambling Commission regulates gambling in the public interest alongside licensing authorities. It does so by keeping crime out of gambling, by ensuring that gambling is conducted fairly and openly, and by protecting children and vulnerable people from being harmed or exploited by gambling. The Commission also provides independent advice to government on gambling in Britain.
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