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The Register was delighted to read in the nation's favourite newspaper today that an employee of BT won £2.4 million in the National Lottery.

Jane Clark, a business analyst with BT, is delighted with the win and intends to blow the cash on a sports car and pressies for family and friends.

Asked whether BT could be counted among her "friends and family", a BT spokesman was completely unaware of Jane's good fortune.

However, BT won't be going off cap in hand to try and tease some cash from Jane's winnings.

With its massive debt problems, Jane's winnings is nothing more than small change. ®

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