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New rules to better protect EU citizens against non-cash payment fraud, including tougher penalties for fraudsters, have been backed by a committee of the European parliament.
A man who appeared in the National Crime Agency's 'most wanted fraudsters' appeal has appeared in court after being extradited from the US.
Oxford City Council is organising the event in Oxford Town Hall on September 20 with the aim of stamping out public sector fraud.
A mother from Telford who used false immigration documents to claim more than £26,000 to train as a nurse has been jailed for eight months.
The changes, if approved by the European parliament and council, will update EU fraud rules to better reflect the growth of digital payments and address the "gaps and differences" in the laws of different EU member states that can "hamper prevention, detection and punishment" of these crimes
Read about the impact fraud has on the NHS and what you can do about it.
The Cabinet Office has said the National Fraud Initiative (NFI) has saved over £300 million in taxpayers’ money over the last two years by detecting and preventing fraud and error in the public sector.
UK universities are among those targeted by a cyber threat group associated with the Iranian government
A council worker has admitted defrauding around £60,000 from the Grenfell Tower victim fund.
A Kensington and Chelsea Council worker has been charged with two counts of fraud by abuse of position, one count of theft by employee and one count of money laundering. accused of taking money meant for those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
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