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We also license the individuals and businesses that offer gambling and provide them with advice and guidance.

National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

The sole aim of this three-year National Strategy is to move faster and go further to reduce gambling harms. A wide range of partners will need to play their part.

You can read the strategy, find out about the progress being made and also the partners who are delivering the aims of the strategy.

Find out more about the reducing gambling harms work

Regulating the National Lottery

The National Lottery started in November 1994 and since then has raised over £40 billion for good causes.

We regulate The National Lottery to ensure it’s run fairly and openly whilst maximising returns to good causes.

How we regulate the National Lottery
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