A couple who won £45 million on the EuroMillions have been given the go ahead to build a £5 million eco-home.
The news that a Briton has won £81 million in the EuroMillions places them sixth in the National Lottery Rich List. Who are the other nine?
Adrian and Gillian Bayford from Haverhill in Suffolk won more than £148.6 million in the EuroMillions jackpot on Friday.
The winner of a £12 million EuroMillions prize has until 11pm tomorrow to claim their money or face missing out on the jackpot.
The winning raffle ticket was bought in the Ladywood area of Birmingham for the draw on 31 May 2013 and the number needed is: JRG437445.
A petition calling for the EuroMillions £12 million jackpot to be donated to the victims of the Typhoon Haiyan has attracted over 127,000 signatures.
As many as 11 million people have been affected by the disaster, with aid agencies describing survivor's urgent need for food, shelter and medical supplies.
The number of signatories to an online petition calling for the EuroMillions £12m jackpot to be donated to aid for people in the Philippines as rocketed to more than 100,000, almost doubling this evening.
The petition was set up by Rachel Riddall, 43, in response to what she described as 'shocking suffering' in the region.
Camelot has said that despite an online petition calling for the Euromillions prize fund to be donated to the Philippines, the money does not belong to the company and so is not theirs to give.
– A Camelot spokeswoman
While we fully appreciate the sentiment behind the petition and can understand why the suggestion has been made, the money from the £12 million EuroMillions jackpot on Tuesday night belongs to players in the nine European countries where the game is played, not Camelot - so it simply isn't ours to give.
The number of signatures supporting an online petition which has called for the EuroMillions £12 million prize to be donated to the Philippines has shot up to more than 58,000.
Rachel Riddall, 43, who set up the site said: "On Tuesday, £12m (15 million euro), said: "On Tuesday, £12m (15 million euro) was up for grabs from the EuroMillions prize draw but there were no winners.
"I'd just finished watching the 10 o'clock news and saw the shocking, harrowing scenes of the suffering in the Philippines, where millions of people have had their lives torn apart by a typhoon."
More than 43,000 people have signed an online petition to donate the £12 million EuroMillions prize to the Disaster Relief Fund to help people in the Philippines.
The petition, set up by Rachel Riddall, says that Tuesday's prize, which had no winner, should be donated to help people in the wake of the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan rather than being rolled over to tomorrow's draw.
Set up on the site change.org by Mrs Riddall on Tuesday night, it has already attracted more than 43,000 signatures.
A mechanic for Aston Martin may finally be able to afford a luxury car for himself after he and his wife became millionaires in the lottery.
Paul Wood, 54, and his wife Ginny, 48, have become one of 100 lucky winners in the EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle Prize.
The pair from Coventry received the news over the phone as they sat in their Ford Focus. Mr Wood said that everything after that moment is "a bit of a blur".
Financial security for the family, including their four children and five grandchildren, is now a top priority for the couple, but a new car - possibly even an Aston Martin - is also on the cards.
The National Lottery is on the hunt for 12 missing millionaires after 100 winners were selected in a single EuroMillions draw.
So far 88 winners have come forward to claim their prize, but two weeks after the draw there are still 12 who have yet to bank their £1 million winnings
A National Lottery spokesman urged ticket-holders to "check in the bottom of your handbag and in every coat pocket, even have a rummage down the back of your sofa".
"This draw has been life changing for 88 ticket holders already and we are desperate to find our missing millionaires," he added.
The EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle took place on July 26 and the missing millionaires have until January next year to claim the money.
Tonight's EuroMillions draw could create Britain's second biggest lottery winner. If only one person scoops the £157 million prize they will become the 504th richest person in the country, according to The Sunday Times Rich List.
The winner would top Gillian and Adrian Bayford, from Haverhill in Suffolk, who claimed more than £148 million in August last year. But they would narrowly trail Colin and Chris Weir of Largs in North Ayrshire, Scotland, who pocketed £161 million in July 2011.