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Premier League clubs 'should help gamblers' as Newcastle United's sponsor is revealed as bookie failing addicts

Simon Stevens, chief executive of NHS England , said reports that some foreign betting companies are "failing to play their part" in funding services to treat problem gamblers are "deeply concerning". Newcastle United's sponsor Fun88 was revealed by the Sunday Times in July to be one foreign gambling company that has not donated to GambleAware. Mr Stevens described gambling addiction as one of the "new threats" facing the health service and said the NHS will be contacting the Premier League to ensure companies which sponsor top clubs "do the right thing". Betting companies who profit from the industry in Britain have been encouraged to donate money to GambleAware, with a total target of £10m a year to help treat addicts. Fun88, Newcastle United's shirt sponsor, has been named as one foreign gambling firm not donating to GambleAware (Image: ncjMedia) Speaking at the Health and Care Innovation Expo in Manchester, Mr Stevens said: "There is an increasing link between problem gambling and stress, depression and other mental health problems. "Doctors report that two thirds of problem gamblers get worse without help and the NHS does offer specialist treatment. 'I’ve lost about £20k' - Man says gambling addiction almost ruined his life "But reports that foreign gambling companies are failing to play their part in co-funding help for addicts are deeply concerning. "Taxpayers and the NHS should not be left to pick up the pieces - the health of the nation is everyone's responsibility. "The NHS will now work with the Premiership on how we persuade these foreign gambling companies to do the right thing." A fixed odds betting terminal (Image: PA) Mr Stevens said the NHS needs to get "more serious about aspects of prevention in public health, including what you might call 'the new public health"', with an estimated 430,000 people in the UK dealing with a gambling problem. "One of the things, if we're serious about prevention, that we need to do - we need to be getting on to the Premier League and asking them to ensure that those foreign gambling firms are playing their part," he told the audience. Around 370,000 11 to 16-year-olds spent their money on gambling in the course of one week in England, Scotland and Wales, according to a report published by the Gambling Commission last year.

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