Camelot CEO says deregulation of society lotteries may not increase good cause money
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Camelot CEO says deregulation of society lotteries may not increase good cause money

18 Dec 2014 | Alice Sharman
Tags: Lotteries

The chief executive of Camelot has said that reducing the regulation around society lotteries may not actually increase money for good causes, as others have suggested.

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Camelot CEO says deregulation of society lotteries may not increase good cause money

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