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Balls of confusion
10:40am Monday 30th April 2012 in Letters
On very rare occasions, I invest £1 in the National Lottery as I have now received a massive increase in my State Pension, thus allowing me to be extravagant.
So I decided to try my luck once again.
Alas, my latest attempt was as per normal – being six unselected numbers.
Now the question, or maybe several questions, why is a different set of balls selected each time? Sometimes it is set number two, three or four and so on.
The next question is does an independent scrutineer confirm that there are 49 different numbered balls of various colours inserted in the spinning contraption?
As often I have a strange feeling that my selection has been left at the post.
R LOUCH (Mr), Bayswater Road, Headington
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