Discussion on a new national strategy to reduce gambling harms, and Consultation on proposed amendments to LCCP requirements on gambling businesses to contribute to research, prevention and treatment

Closes 15 Feb 2019

Consultation Contents

We want to hear your views on the new national strategy to reduce gambling harms.

The strategy has five priority areas for action, and you can choose which parts of this consultation you think are more relevant to you from this contents page.  

In order to submit a response, you will need to complete the form at the bottom of the introduction section. This will help us understand the perspective you provide as an individual, or the group you represent.

We are particularly interested in the views of consumers and those who have lived experience of gambling harms and we will shortly open a separate version of this discussion paper for this stakeholder group. 

At the end of each section, click on 'Continue' which will bring you back to this page.

When you have completed all the comments you wish to make, click on 'Almost done...' to finalise and submit.

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Introduction (Required)
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The current National Responsible Gambling Strategy
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A new national strategy to reduce gambling harms - our approach
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Priorities for the new strategy
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Priority Area 1: Research to inform action
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Priority Area 2: Prevention
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Priority Area 3: Treatment
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Priority Area 4: Evaluation
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Priority Area 5: Gambling businesses
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Summary of discussion on the new strategy
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Consultation on proposed amendment to LCCP requirement for businesses to support research, prevention and treatment of gambling harms
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