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Assessment of £1 million fraud in Dundee City Council throws spotlight on need for effective controls on access to systems
Cleverly Clogs director from Warwickshire has been fined for deliberately falsifying information about his firms in what is thought to be the first-ever conviction of its kind.
Former Cambridge Analytica worker says Brexit result may have been different without financial ‘cheating’
The chief locksmith at a major London hospital trust has been locked up after being found guilty of ripping off the NHS for more than half a million pounds, officials have said.
At the time she was chief executive of South Devon NHS Foundation Trust and national lead for equalities for NHS England
A crooked benefits officer who siphoned thousands of pounds of taxpayers’ cash into a secret bank account after creating a fake identity has been jailed.
Councils must ensure IT system access is restricted and staff duties are segregated to avoid a repeat of the £1 million fraud that hit Dundee, the public spending watchdog says.
A council worker has admitted defrauding his employer by not doing his work properly after secretly taking a second job with the NHS – and getting away with the racket for eight years.
A doctor conned a Welsh health board out of more than £55,000 by working dozens of locum shifts instead of doing the full-time work he was being paid for.
The authority carried out random checks, resulting in a fine of up to £100 for cases where patients have either knowingly claimed free medication, or made a mistake like having an exemption certificate that had already expired.
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