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Lottery rival 'will be fairer to charity and the public' - Wednesday 15 March 2006

A weekly lottery set up to sell tickets on behalf of charities is aiming to become the main competitor to the National Lottery when it launches next month.

Chariot, which is led by former head of Camelot Tim Holley, aims to provide a greater return to charities than the National Lottery and will allow players to choose the charity that will profit. He says players, who will enter mainly on the internet, but also through the phone and by post, will benefit from better odds and prizes for matching fewer numbers.
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