A question was 'edited out' of 'in it to win it (national lottery)' tonight. Anyone got any ideas what that's all about??? - HotUKDeals
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A question was 'edited out' of 'in it to win it (national lottery)' tonight. Anyone got any ideas what that's all about???

JohnR5319 Avatar
6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Can't recall ever seeing this before. Bit bemused!
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
link??
#2
i see it to, i like to know what that was all about to as it is ment to be a live show. im puzzled about it to
#3
tronic
i see it to, i like to know what that was all about to as it is ment to be a live show. im puzzled about it to


Live but a 30 sec delay
banned#4
It was to do with Alexander McQueen. It was on the bbc website.
banned#5
Notice

This is a notice regarding the episode of 'In It To Win It' which transmits on Saturday the 27th February. Following the recent death of Alexander McQueen a question has been edited from this edition of the show. The prize fund total show in the show is accurate.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/lottery/
#6
Im puzzled no-one seems to have heard the sky news presenter say the F word after commenting on a european match this week!
#7
Bully
Im puzzled no-one seems to have heard the sky news presenter say the F word after commenting on a european match this week!


Even paxman did it on Newsnight Tues about this F)(&765ing bullying story.:whistling:
#8
I'm bemused why anyone would watch in it to win it in the first place. they must search the country for the most irritating contestants available.
#9
Is it BBC money or Lottery money that the prizes are paid out from, I feel it is a waste of money and if it's Lottery money then it should be left in the pot for the people who pay there £1 for a ticket
#10
That's solved that little riddle then! Thanks everyone!!

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