Tag Archives: Action Against Gambling Harm (AAGH)

Lord Chadlington joins the shortlist for UKGC Chairmanship

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has published a shortlist for its vacant Chairman position including Conservative peer Lord Chadlington (Peter Selwyn Gummer), former Deloitte board member Marcus Boyle and Responsible Gambling Strategy Board Chair Anna van der Gaag. One of the key responsibilities of the new Chairman will be to coordinate the recruitment process for the new Chief Executive, with …

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‘Lack of empirical research’ into gambling-related harm, AAGH study finds

Research commissioned by Action Against Gambling Harm (AAGH) has found that the UK must do more to investigate levels of gambling-related harm. Conducted by the Policy Institute at King’s College London, the investigation explored four different subject areas: financial harms and affordability, betting on sport, gambling by children and gambling by women.  Among the key findings of the report, the …

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