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September 18, 2020

Scottish government would use scratch cards to raise money

Lotto could help fund Glasgow 2014 Games

(UK).- The National Lottery has been asked to raise money for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, The Herald reports. It also added that The National Lottery has been asked to raise money for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Dedicated lottery games have already secured serious sums of funding for the London Olympics,” Shona Robison, the country’s minister for public health and sport, told The Herald.

“I want to ensure Scotland gets its fair share,” Robison added.

According to the newspaper, the Scottish government wants to use scratch cards to raise money, which mirrors a similar fund-raising scheme the National Lottery set up for the London Olympic Games using lottery tickets, scratch cards and online games.

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