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RGSB publishes final progress report on the 2016-19 National Responsible Gambling Strategy

29 March 2019

The Responsible Gambling Strategy Board (RGSB) has today published its final progress report.

The final progress report (opens in new tab) provides an assessment on the success and implementation of the 2016-19 National Responsible Gambling Strategy.

The report gives a high-level summary on the effectiveness of the strategy and the delivery of its 12 Priority Actions. It identifies that progress has been made in key areas – including Public Health England announcing a review of gambling-related harms, and the NHS 10-year plan identifying the need for action. The report concludes that more needs to be done to reduce gambling-related harms and that the new National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms, launching in April, is an important opportunity to make progress and build on previous successes.

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