Lottery regulator's chief takes on additional role
Mark Harris, the man responsible for regulating the National Lottery, has become a trustee of the Responsibility in Gambling Trust.
As trustee of the RIGT, Harris joins an organisation with a remit to research, treat and educate to prevent problem gambling. The trust is funded mostly by the gambling industry. Over the past three years it has spent £5.5m on preventing and treating gambling addiction.
Harris said that becoming a trustee of the trust was a chance to share his experience of the lottery as an example of good practice and socially responsible gambling.
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