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The latest TEICCAF report highlighted some of the key changes to fraud investigation and detection that many local authorities are tackling head-on
A new undercover investigation has revealed that the Conservative Party may have broken election and data protection rules, urging people to vote for Theresa May under the guise of a phone poll.
An award-winning GP who said he defrauded the NHS out of £150,000 to Improve mental health services has been struck off
Are public sector organisations making the most of the vast amounts of publicly available information online?
An investigation carried out by City of York Council has uncovered a case of fraudulent misuse of the national blue badge scheme for disabled drivers.
Mr Mackinlay and two tory staffers, Nathan Gray and Marion Little have been charged with offences under the Representation of the People Act 1983.
The plot was discovered when the impersonator was turned away from the test centre in Birmingham after staff became suspicious.
Former City of Wolverhampton Council employee and former Wolverhampton Homes employee have been charged with conspiracy to commit fraud by abuse of position.
The allegations against Bob Spink are related to the local election campaign in Essex for Castle Point Borough Council in 2016. UKIP activist James Parkin, 38, has also been charged
A former highly thought-of police officer who was jailed last year for possessing illegal weapons has avoided a second spell inside despite committing a fraud on the NHS.
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