The proponents of Glasgow City Council’s moves to treat gambling harms as a public health issue have called on the UK government to change the Gambling Act to hand over more powers to local authorities to protect people “let down by current UK-wide gambling policies”.
Glasgow has followed the lead of other county councils, including Kent and Devon, in pledging new measures to tackle gambling harms and will be holding a summit early in the new year to develop a “framework for action”.
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