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A former solicitor was among five people convicted in a £20m mortgage fraud at Mold Crown Court last week.
A 50 year old man charged with nine offences of fraud allegedly committed at Camelford and Wadebridge between 2007 and 2009 has been granted unconditional bail pending a trial at Truro Crown Court
Barcelona footballer Lionel Messi and his father are being investigated in Spain for allegedly defrauding the state of more than 4m euros (£3.4m).
Katherine Harkin was sentenced to 160 hours of unpaid work and ordered to pay £250 towards legal costs.
A factory worker has been found guilty of murdering his girlfriend after hatching a plot with his secret lover and her uncle to secure a £120,000 life insurance payout and a share of a house.
The bizarre wedding photos proved the blushing bride had falsely claimed £16,000 as an unemployed single person when she was living with partner Margaret Wood, who was in full-time employment.
The defence protecting honest solicitors duped by mortgage fraudsters that was erected by the Court of Appeal last year has been reinforced by the High Court.
Insurers must do more to clamp down on fraudulent employers’ liability claims before organised fraudsters take the “next logical step” into the EL sector.
A mother of eight has been found guilty of fraudulently receiving more than £350,000 in benefits and tax credits.
Two men have been accused of fraud relating to the CITB’s health safety and environment test and CSCS cards after a multi-agency investigation.
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