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As £126m is up for grabs, we reveal the biggest individual UK lottery winners
A whopping £126 million is up for grabs in today's EuroMillions draw.
The sizeable payout came about after Tuesday's draw blank made it a double-rollover from last Friday and no doubt many Brits will be tempted to part with a few quid in the hope of changing their lives forever.
Indeed, the EuroMillions has been kind to punters on these shores, as the following list of the UK's biggest individual lottery winners shows.
Note: this list excludes syndicate winners and those who chose to remain anonymous
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what a life they can have, if they sensible with it.
No mortgage, No rent, No debt
GREAT holidays, Enjoy and have a good life together,
Good for them.
Reading through some of the comments below I can't believe how bitter and nasty some people are JUST because its not them.
Here we have 2 young people with their whole lives ahead of them and it all just got a whole lot better. Like most I struggle to make a living, mortgage, credit cards, bills, 2 kids to bring up etc. If I won the lotto only to find cheap shot comments from jealous people on the internet i'd be quite upset.
For god sake people, i'm not religious but envy IS a sin.
Well done Cassey and Matthew. Enjoy your winnings and have a fantastic life.
Lucky them! I hope God blesses them and guides them to live the rest of their lives wisey. <3
And store 1/2 of it away. Also do not give out more than £1000 to extended family. Trust me long lost relatives will appear!
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