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Some of Britain's biggest bankrupts are going to great lengths to hide their money while declaring bankruptcy to escape their debts
Under the Digital Economy Act, it is now a criminal offence to use software to purchase large amounts of tickets to then be sold on for a profit.
The ICO’s has taken formal action against the MoJ after finding a backlog of hundreds of information requests, some dating back to 2012
Robbery and burglary suspects in the region are more likely to be arrested than those in the West Midlands according to new figures.
A doctor who fraudulently submitted false medical claims worth £183,000 to unwitting solicitors has been jailed for two years has been ordered to repay the money or face another two years in prison.
Setting targets to hire judges from ethnic minority backgrounds would be the "wrong way" to solve the issue of diversity, says the justice secretary.
Probation chief voices concern over lack of face-to-face meetings as report reveals privatised sector is struggling to deliver
Economic crime, at all levels, is a growing and changing threat and tackling it is a priority for the Government as we build a Britain that is fit for the future.
Amber Rudd’s announcement of a new national economic crime centre for the UK fails to address glaring holes, say the representatives of four organisations
Since the Modern Slavery Act came into force in 2015, the CPS has been working with police, government and partner agencies to strengthen the investigation and prosecution of trafficking and slavery cases.
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