A spike in National Lottery ticket sales could lead to more than £1bn extra going to good causes over the next five years, according to revised Department of Media, Culture and Sport (DCMS) projections.

The DCMS is predicting that if current strong National Lottery ticket sales trends continue, National Lottery income could increase to £1.626bn in 2012/13 – £232m above what the department had projected in September 2010.

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