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Outlining the case against Lansley at Grimsby Crown Court, prosecutor Simon Hirst said that the two charges related to housing benefit, income support and council tax benefit that was wrongly paid dating back to July 2006.
Keir Starmer QC warned it was time for a "tough stance" against the perpetrators of benefit and tax credit fraud as he set out new guidelines for the Crown Prosecution Service
A man has been sentenced to five years in jail for committing a variety of scams against vulnerable victims.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) are warning motorists that posting images of your driving licence on social media websites can put you at a high risk of identity fraud.
Research released today (10 September) by Callcredit Information Group has revealed a 70 per cent increase in the number of detected tenancy fraud cases in 2012, but Callcredit warns against complacency as there is still much to be done to shut the door on tenancy fraud.
Three bank card fraudsters were given a total of 7 years sentence for theft, following an operation led by the banking industry-sponsored Dedicated Cheque and Plastic Crime Unit.
Following an operation led by the banking industry-sponsored Dedicated Cheque and Plastic Crime Unit, Lateef Ajeniya, of Chiswick, London, Adebayo George, of Hackney, London, and Seyi Runsewe were arrested.
Two people have been arrested as part of a major police crackdown on money laundering and insurance fraud.
Three fraudsters who placed a skimming device onto a cash machine to steal tube passengers’ bank card details have been jailed.
Metropolitan Police have raided eight addresses across South London and arrested six people in connection with courier fraud.
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