UK Lottery raises £422.9m for causes

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Britain’s National Lottery, soon to be run by Allwyn when the licence is transferred from Camelot, raised £422.9m for good causes in the first quarter of this year.

The figure was an increase of 0.5 per cent than in the first quarter of the last financial year, but down 13.9 per cent than the final quarter of 2021-22.

The UK Gambling Commission said that the downturn was probably because of the fall in lottery sales of 8.7 per cent when the first quarter is compared with the final quarter of last year.

The National Lottery has raised more than £46m for causes such as sport, the arts, health, education and the environment.

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