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The UK's National Lottery (which gives 28p in every £1 to charity) gives to "good causes" defined by the government, including health, sports, and arts charities among others.
Should the new Health Lottery be matching the National Lottery's 28p per £1? Does it not matter because 20.34p per £1 from a lottery focusing on health causes is better than nothing? Are health causes better use of lottery donations than sports and arts causes?