Opinion: A bloody funny way to finance charities

As we await Camelot's coronation for its third licence, does anyone remember its claim - made during the battle to see off Branson's non-profit People's Lottery - that its second term of seven years could (subject to sundry caveats, relaxed rules and other preconditions) raise £15bn for good causes?

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