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Hull couple scoop almost £7 million jackpot

Lucky couple to be revealed Credit: PA

A lucky couple from Hull are celebrating after scooping almost £7m in Saturday's Lotto Double Rollover Jackpot Prize. They will be revealing who they are - and just how their new found wealth is set to change their lives for the better at a press conference later.

To give the win some context, it is one of the biggest in the East Yorkshire area since the following:

· 1998 - £7.5m – Roy Gibney, Grimsby

· 1998 – £14m – Jacquie King, Grimsby

· 2005 - £18.2m – Tesco syndicate, Driffield

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Search for £10 million lottery ticket holder

Search is on for lottery winner

An amazing Lotto jackpot prize of £10,000,000 has yet to be claimed from a ticket bought Bradford. The National Lottery will be targeting locals across the city today, urging everyone to check their tickets.

A giant ad van displaying all the crucial information about the missing ticket will be on site at Bradford City Hall, Centenary Square, before heading off around the area to ensure that no one can fail to see the six luckiest numbers in Bradford.

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Winning lottery ticket in Huddersfield

Three winning lottery tickets, including one bought in Huddersfield, worth £1 million each have not yet been claimed.

The ticket bought in Huddersfield has the selection of FXQ519800 on it.

So far 22 of the 25 ticketholders who won £1 million in the Christmas Day EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle have come forward.

The remaining ticketholders have until 11pm on June 23 to make their claim. A further 25 millionaires were made in the EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle draw on New Year's Day, 20 of whom have claimed their prize so far.

Anyone who purchased a EuroMillions ticket in these areas should check them now as they could now be worth £1 million.

With all the rain before Christmas have a look in your mac pocket or in your cagoule, your million pound ticket could be hiding anywhere. It would certainly ease those January blues for the lucky winner if they come forward and claim their prize.

– National Lottery spokesperson