Cards on the table: the cost to government associated with people who are problem gamblers in Britain

GambleAware, December 2016

A new report commissioned by GambleAware and completed by the Institute for Public Policy Research estimates that problem gamblers cost the government between £260 million and £1.2 billion per year. The research highlights which parts of government absorb the worst of the costs of gambling-related harm including health, welfare and employment, housing and criminal justice.

Click here to view the full report.

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