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The Midlands is the worst region outside London for fraud – with criminals racking up more than £250 million in proceeds in the past year, it has been revealed.
Stuart Hyde, who ran Cumbria Police, allegedly blocked an investigation into a complaint that Stobart transport company directors had committed fraud over the sale of Carlisle airport.
FRAUD in the East of England totalled £37.5million last year, compared with just £3.6m in 2010, according to BDO’s annual Fraud Track research.
Opus 2 founder Graham Smith wants to shake up the legal system by ensuring all future major litigation is conducted in the "cloud".
The most common phrases used by fraudsters in emails are "cover up", "write off" and "illegal", research has found.
More than 200 rogue claims management companies were shut down in six months as part of a crackdown, according to the Ministry of Justice. [read more]
A part-time science teacher suffering from an eye condition who was offered free transport to and from work claimed £8,856 more than she was entitled to.
A double glazing firm has been ordered to pay more than £6,000 after the boss pleaded guilty to six counts of fraud by false representation.
BUSINESSES are being warned to keep on top of credit control and cash management during the Christmas and New Year periods to prevent increasing levels of employee fraud.
Three men have been arrested in connection with continuing investigations into the manipulation of the Libor inter-bank lending rate.
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