Camelot

British cross-party MPs call for action against lottery operator Camelot

British cross-party MPs call for action against lottery operator Camelot

A group of British lawmakers have called for action against Camelot, arguing that the app options being provided by the National Lottery operator are responsible for inflating the issue of troubled

Camelot to split into two units after current CEO’s retirement in October

Lottery operator Camelot has announced that its long-time chief executive officer, Dianne Thompson, will retire in October this year.

Royal Mail agrees to sell its stake in Camelot

Royal Mail has reported agreed to sell off its 20 per cent stake in Lottery operator Camelot.

Camelot is expected to reach the top end of £300-£400 million price range.

Apart from Royal Mail, chocolate maker Cadbury, Fujitsu of Japan, French electronics group Thales and banknote printer De La Rue possesses stakes in Camelot.

Camelot has a nine year licence to operate the lottery along with an option to extend that for another five years.

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