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Camelot saw National Lottery sales fall 5.2 per cent to £2.28bn in the six months to the end of September 2002, hit by falling sales for the main Saturday and Wednesday Lotto draws.

Camelot saw National Lottery sales fall 5.2 per cent to &£2.28bn in the six months to the end of September 2002, hit by falling sales for the main Saturday and Wednesday Lotto draws. Pre-tax profits fell from &£22.9m to &£17.9m, while &£612m was distrib

uted to good causes.

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