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National Lottery row 'could cost good causes fund £1bn', says ex-boss

by Herman Lauterbach (2022-05-27)


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Camelot is understood to want to regain control of the lottery by overturning the decision in court, rather than recoup its potential losses.
A judge is expected to ultimately decide whether damages are appropriate.

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As the presenter of the BBC's News at Ten, the 60-year-old is one of the corporation's most recognisable stars and last week anchored its local election coverage, when he was caught on camera having an early-morning bite of a croissant. 

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A spokesman for Northamptonshire Police said today: 'On Monday specialist teams began excavating wooded land near Valley Walk, and yesterday, November 18, on day four of the search, they began preparing for the use of specially-trained victim identification dogs alongside hand and mechanical excavations.'

She expressed her concern in a letter to the commission, seen by The Mail on Sunday. Potential damages, which she said would end up being drawn from the fund, could equate to up to a decade's worth of Camelot's profits - the equivalent to the full-term of the next licence.

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Edwards went public with his struggle against depression - which started 20 years ago when he began presenting what was then called the Six O'Clock News - in a Welsh language programme celebrating his career last December.

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Camelot reacted with shock to the news in March that control of the lottery has been removed after nearly three decades.
It has held the licence since the launch in 1994. The new operator is backed by Czech billionaire Karel Komarek and also operates lotteries in Austria, Italy, Greece, and Cyprus. Camelot boss Nigel Railton said the commission had got the decision ‘badly wrong' and that he had ‘no choice' but to take the matter to court.

Detective Superintendent Joe Banfield, who is leading the Northamptonshire Police operation, said the team had received information from a number of people since the search work began, including from residents who had visited the site and spoken to officers.