£1m scratchcard win brings site boss to his knees

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A £1 MIL­LION Na­tional Lot­tery scratchcard win­ner got down on one knee and pro­posed to his girl­friend as soon as the wind­fall was con­firmed.

An­drew Cun­liffe, 37, bought the £100 Mil­lion Cash Spec­tac­u­lar Or­ange card in an Asda store while rush­ing to get tea bags for his work­mates.

Mr Cun­liffe, a build­ing site man­ager, is now plan­ning his wed­ding with Natalie Cliff, 30 – an event plan­ner at Black­pool Tower.

An­drew said: “We called Camelot and as soon as the lady on the end of the phone con­firmed I re­ally was £1 mil­lion richer, I just got down on one knee and pro­posed.

“It is some­thing I have been want­ing to do for a long time but I al­ways wor­ried I would not be able to give Natalie the wed­ding of her dreams.

“Now I can.”

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