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The former head of counter-fraud at Oxfam has been jailed today for stealing more than £64,000 from the charity while investigating misconduct by aid workers in earthquake-hit Haiti.
Detective Chief Superintendent Chris Hogben of Kent Police said: “We have now arrested 12 men across the country as part of an on-going investigation into the alleged fraudulent use of funds from four UK-based charities.
Former soldier Mike Buss has been arrested in connection with a complaint about an alleged fraud against Help For Heroes.
Three more men have been arrested over an alleged fraud involving donations to Syrian aid charities.
John Parrington argues that recent allegations of fraud in stem cell research show the distorting influence of capitalism.
A church and school treasurer who stole £43,000 to fund her rent and daughter's private school fees has been jailed.
A couple who stole more than £125,000 from the charity they worked for and several disabled people have been jailed for three years each.
Callous crooks are raking in a fortune on the back of honest charities.
Advanced Business Solutions, a business applications and services provider, is warning the not-for-profit sector about the dangers of internal fraud and is advising that more needs to be done to prevent it
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