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 National Lottery Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:30 GMT
 Branson drops lottery challenge
Sir Richard Branson decides not to take legal action, as he abandons his ambitions to run the UK's National Lottery.
lottry balls When is a cause a good cause?
The National Lottery Commission wants the next licence period to yeild yet more cash for good causes - funding that has long been the most controversial element of the lottery.
camelot logo Camelot: Back from the brink
Camelot has long been one of the nation's favourite punchbags, but it looks like is has made a remarkable recovery.
Lottery Commission statement
The National Lottery Commission says both bids to run the lottery are faulty; BBC News Online documents the full text of its statement.
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Lord Burns explains the commission's decisionCamelot wins
Lord Burns explains the decision
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 Branson beaten
Sir Richard is angry at the decision
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Dame Helena ShoveltonLooking back
Camelot bid rejected in August
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The route to Camelot's lottery success
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Dame Helena Shovelton: Lottery loser
Dame Helena: Lottery loser

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