A ‘Whole Council’ Approach To Gambling: A guide for public health and other council officers to support the revision of borough statements of policy – London Councils

Gambling is often described as a “hidden addiction” and ‘Problem Gambling’ is now recognised as a complex issue that impacts individuals, families, and communities. However, it remains an area that can benefit from further serious and comprehensive study, with the

Fixed odds betting terminal use and problem gambling across the Liverpool City region: (Observatory report series No. 95) – University of Liverpool Public Health Observatory

The aims of the project were to develop a local evidence base in relation to Fixed odds betting terminal (FOBT) use and problem gambling, look at reasons for excess gambling, and to investigate the availability and adequacy of local support

Cards on the table: The cost to government associated with people who are problem gamblers in Britain – Institute of Public Policy Research

IPPR report that comprehensively assesses the cost to government associated with individuals who are problem gamblers, and recommends how government and services can better identify and help them, and do more to prevent such problems arising.  It estimates between 0.4 and 1.1

Young people and gambling 2017: A research study among 11-16 year olds in Great Britain – Gambling Commission

This report explores the gambling behaviours of young people aged between 11-16 years old in England, Scotland and Wales. It finds: 12% of 11-16 year olds that have gambled in the last week (as at December 2017) 80% of 11-16 year olds