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London's most reluctant millionaire misses out on a fortune

Someone in London should be a million pounds richer. But they've missed the deadline to claim the life-changing fortune.

Credit: PA

The reluctant millionaire bought a ticket in Tower Hamlets, and was one of 10 lucky players from the EuroMillions Mega Friday draw on 28 November, 2014. They were guaranteed a £1m prize plus the trip of a life time to Australia, Peru or Brazil.

But no one came forward with a winning ticket before Wednesday's deadline. It means the prize money, plus all the interest it has generated, will go to help National Lottery-funded projects across the UK.

We tried very hard to find the ticket-holder and it’s a real shame that they have missed out.

– National Lottery statement

The winning code on the ticket was TFB893929.

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Three arrested after demonstrations in Central London

The Met Police has said three people have been arrested at demonstrations which have taken place in Central London.

One of them was a 45 year-old man was was wanted on suspicion of violent disorder on the 9th of May. A 17 year-old old was also arrested on suspicion of assault on police and another man was arrested on suspicion of violent disorder and possession of an offensive weapon.

Liverpool Street station reopens after 'man seen with gun'

Armed police were called to one of London's busiest railway stations after reports that a man had a gun in his pocket.

Parts of Liverpool Street station were closed while officers from British Transport Police, the Metropolitan Police and City of London Police searched for the man but no-one was found.

We were called to Liverpool Street station on Wednesday the 27th of May shortly before 4pm following a report that a man had been seen with a gun in his back pocket. Units from BTP, the Metropolitan Police and the City of London Police, including armed officers, all attended the station. Officers carried out a full search of the area but no-one matching the description provided was found.

– British Transport Police
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