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The lucky winner has until 11pm on Wednesday to cash in the ticket which was bought in the Stevenage and Hitchin area of Hertfordshire for the EuroMillions draw on Friday June 8.

EuroMillions: Could you be the winner of tonight's £157m jackpot?

Tonight's £157 million EuroMillions draw could make one lucky ticket holder the UK's second biggest National Lottery jackpot winner.

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Berkeley founder Tony Pidgley is spending £10.5 million on one of the developer’s own luxury apartments in Belgravia, it was revealed today.

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Senior Conservative Tim Yeo stands aside amid lobbying claims

Withdrawal from committee follows secret filming by undercover reporters posing as energy firm representatives

Academics at Oxford University pay to be cryogenically preserved so they can be 'brought back to life in the future'

Some staff are having their heads frozen while others are having whole bodies undergo the procedure

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The former president’s co-defendant in trial said there was a possibility he would not be well again

Tim Yeo: 'There could be natural causes, natural phases that are taking place'

Conservative MP Tim Yeo 'totally rejects' accusations he breached lobbying rules to help business colleagues

Select committee head cancelled TV interviews after suggestions he aided business colleague

Lobbying scandal: House of Lords watchdog to investigate three peers accused of agreeing to do parliamentary work for payment

The House of Lords standards commissioner has begun investigating the three peers caught up in a lobbying scandal, it was announced today.

Lord Mackenzie of Framwellgate, left, allegedly offered to ask questions and host events for paying clients. He denies the allegations. Lord Cunningham, right, allegedly offered to introduce reporters to senior figures for £12,000 a month. Denies any wrongdoing but has been suspended pending an investigation

Labour Party suspends peers Lord Mackenzie of Framwellgate and Lord Cunningham in new cash-for-questions scandal

Reporters posing as lobbyists filmed peers ‘offering to sell parliamentary influence’

The lucky winner has until 11pm on Wednesday to cash in the ticket which was bought in the Stevenage and Hitchin area of Hertfordshire for the EuroMillions draw on Friday June 8.

Will they go public? £81m EuroMillions lottery winner claims prize

A British jackpot winner who scooped a massive £81 million in the EuroMillions lottery has claimed the prize.

The lucky winner has until 11pm on Wednesday to cash in the ticket which was bought in the Stevenage and Hitchin area of Hertfordshire for the EuroMillions draw on Friday June 8.

Briton scoops £81m EuroMillions jackpot but lucky winner remains a mystery

The haul places the ticket-holder sixth on the National Lottery rich list

Keira Knightley is worth an estimated £30m

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She won praise for her supposedly “frugal” wedding this month (if you forget about the couture dress and guests flying to France), and now Keira Knightley’s finances are back in the spotlight with the revelation that she earned “just” £30,000 in salary last year.

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