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The Gambling Commission published the strategy based on advice and views from a range of organisations.

Many of the organisations are involved in projects, programmes and services that help to reduce gambling harms, and these will be brought together in an implementation plan. This plan will be updated regularly to all of those involved so that they can see the progress being made.

Everyone involved will need to openly share progress and learnings with all other organisations involved.

The Advisory Board for Safer Gambling will publish an annual progress report about the strategy.

Strategy Implementation Groups have been established in Scotland and Wales to coordinate the delivery of the National Strategy to Reducing Gambling Harms.

Image 3 - Delivery of the strategy - the image is an incomplete circle, made up of 5 layers, broken down into 4 segments. The segments show the plans for the strategy, both in year 1 and ongoing.

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