Letter to the Editor, The Times, “Gambling Reform”, 25th November 2022
Signed by Lord Foster of Bath, chair, Peers for Gambling Reform; Clare Wyllie, co-founder, Tackling Gambling Stigma; Dr Heather Wardle, Glasgow University; Dr Henrietta Bowden-Jones, national clinical adviser on gambling harms; Dr Matthew Gaskell, NHS Northern Gambling Service; Matt Zarb-Cousin, co-founder, Clean up Gambling; Will Prochaska, Gambling with Lives; Sharon Collard, professor of personal finance, Bristol University

Below, our Letter to the Editor, The Times on the stigma attached to gambling harm and the need to reframe the language used by many in order to remove the blame currently placed on the individual. Reforms must address the relentless marketing of products and their addictive nature.

Signed by Lord Foster of Bath, chair, Peers for Gambling Reform; Clare Wyllie, co-founder, Tackling Gambling Stigma; Dr Heather Wardle, Glasgow University; Dr Henrietta Bowden-Jones, national clinical adviser on gambling harms; Dr Matthew Gaskell, NHS Northern Gambling Service; Matt Zarb-Cousin, co-founder, Clean up Gambling; Will Prochaska, Gambling with Lives; Sharon Collard, professor of personal finance, Bristol University