To address the issues associated with gambling related harm.
1. Gambling-related harm
15/03/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: Number CDP-2019/0068, 15 March 2019 Gambling-related harm By John Woodhouse Maria Lalic Rachael Harker
2. Gambling-related Harm
04/09/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: Briefing Eren Waitzman | 4 September 2019 Gambling-related Harm QSD on 11 September 2019 Summary On 11
3. Social and Economic Impact of the Gambling Industry
05/03/2020 - Inquiry: Social and Economic Impact of the Gambling Industry - Gambling Industry Committee
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Found: brains when we gamble? Is it useful to compare gambling with taking drugs, for example?
4. Social and Economic Impact of the Gambling Industry
30/04/2020 - Inquiry: Social and Economic Impact of the Gambling Industry - Gambling Industry Committee
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Found: need to for a particular reason.
Although the Gambling Act 2005 includes protection of children and “other
5. Social and Economic Impact of the Gambling Industry
11/03/2020 - Inquiry: Social and Economic Impact of the Gambling Industry - Gambling Industry Committee
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Found: at the age of 23 after a six year struggle with gambling addiction. My evidence is based on 6 years of
1. Gambling-related Harms
14/10/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: made of the report by Public Health England Gambling-related harms evidence review, published on 30 September - Speech Link
2: declare my interests as a vice-chair of Peers for Gambling Reform. I thank Public Health England and all - Speech Link
2. Gambling-Related Harm
19/03/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: move,That this House has considered gambling-related harm.It is nice to see you—a Portonian—in - Speech Link
3. Gambling and Lotteries
08/12/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: what you said.The Gambling Act has been the basis of virtually all gambling regulation in the UK since - Speech Link
4. Gambling and Lotteries
14/12/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: first part of our comprehensive review of the Gambling Act. It will be a wide-ranging and evidence-led - Speech Link
2: gambles each month and, for the majority of people, gambling is a fun and carefree leisure activity. It is - Speech Link
3: vulnerable people and their families from gambling-related harm. We will look at whether we should introduce - Speech Link
07/01/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: evidence on the public health harms relating to gambling and their social and economic burden. Publication - Speech Link
2: been committed to gambling-related harm by 2023. How much do the NHS problem gambling clinics cost the - Speech Link
3: difficult to tease out the specific costs related to gambling harm, particularly on health and mental health - Speech Link
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