History OF National Lottery [United Kingdom]

National Lottery Is a state Franchised Lottery in the United Kingdom.

It is operated by Camelot Group, to whom the license was granted in 1994, 2001 and again in 2007. The lottery was initially regulated by the National Lottery Commission, which has since been abolished and its responsibilities transferred to the Gambling Commission, and was established by the government of John Major in 1994.

Its all prizes are taxes free. All money of national lottery divides into Two parts. About 53% goes to prize fund and 25%

goes for Good causes And the other 4% goes for Government duty and 5% for lottery operators and only 1 % for Lottery profit.

Lottery tickets and scratch cards (introduced in 1995) may be bought only by people of at least 16 years of age.

History Of National Lottery.

A statute of 1698 provided that in England lotteries were by default illegal unless specifically authorized by statute. Early English state lotteries included the Million Lottery (1694) and the Malt Lottery (1697). These Lotteries were part of a series of financial experiments by the English government including recoinage and the foundation of the Bank of England to raise the capital available to the state.

A 1934 Act, further liberalized in 1956 and 1976, legalized small lotteries.


As of December 2016, the eligibility requirements include:

  • Players must be at least 16 years old to buy scratchcards or to play Lotto, Thunderball, Euromillions or Set For Life
  • Tickets may be bought in person at approved premises in the UK, or online over the Internet
  • Online purchase of tickets from the National Lottery website is restricted to people who have a UK bank account (for debit card or direct debit purposes), and are resident in the UK or Isle of Man, and are physically present in the UK or Isle of Man when making the ticket purchase
  • The ticket purchaser for a syndicate, typically its manager, must meet the eligibility criteria for ticket purchase. Syndicate members must be aged 16 or over
  • Lottery tickets are not transferable, so commercial syndicates (i.e. where extra charges are levied over and above the total face value of the tickets purchased) are not permitted

Draw Times

There Are Two Draws of 49s Lottery in a day

That are Follows.

Lunchtime Results

Teatime Results

Lunchtime Results

Lunchtime Draw takes place at 12:49 pm At UK time

Teatime Results

Teatime draw Takes place at 16:49 Pm GMT at Uk Time


Updated: November 19, 2019 — 6:32 pm

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