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These are the biggest unclaimed lottery prizes – could they be yours?

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Following the news that someone is yet to claim their EuroMillions prize of £1 million and a yacht trip (you have until tomorrow), we thought we'd take the opportunity to remind those poor of memory that they might be sitting on a potential gold mine. 

If you bought a ticket in Cheltenham on 31 July, you can still claim the prize of £1m and a trip to NYC by 27 Jan.  

Someone in Aberdeenshire could be missing out on £121,000 if they purchased a EuroMillions ticket on 17 July, and some poor sod in Barking and Dagenham is missing out on the rather large sum of £4,668,787.

Scour through the list below and let the dissection of entire houses begin.

May the odds be ever in your favour. 

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