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Police are continuing to investigate allegations of theft, fraud and money laundering made against the director of a letting agency.
The jury was told the defendant, who worked for a charity providing care for the elderly, also wrote a new will in which the majority of the victims remaining assets were left to her.
Day Lewis Pharmacy employee pleaded guilty to two counts of fraud by abuse of a position of trust, possession with intent to supply a Class B drug and five counts of possession to supply a Class C drug
A care home manager accused of defrauding a resident to the tune of nearly £5,000 has appeared in court to face the allegations.
Telecoms regulator Ofcom has hit mobile operator Three with a £1.9m fine after a loss of service left customers unable to contact the emergency services
A warrant authorising the police to enter the offices of a London law firm and to take possession of documents relating to the “acquisition, running, administration and disposal of the assets” of Rangers Football Club was suspended after appeal judges ruled that its terms were “oppressive”.
A new report has revealed that ‘salami fraud’, where thieves steal minimal amounts of money that builds up over time, is on the increase
It has emerged he was found guilty of contempt of court in July 2016 for initially refusing to comply with a legal order to provide details of his financial affairs in connection with the case.
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte has been cleared of fraudulently acquiring the Ibrox club in 2011
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has announced the closure of an investigation into PwC’s auditing and accounting of Tesco.
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