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Benefit Fraud: Appeal judges ruled East Lothian mum’s £55k benefits fraud was ‘prolonged course of conscious dishonesty’ which meant jail sentence was ‘amply merited’

04 May 2021 7:51 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Appeal judges ruled East Lothian mum’s £55k benefits fraud was ‘prolonged course of conscious dishonesty’ which meant jail sentence was ‘amply merited’

https://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/news/crime/appeal-judges-ruled-east-lothian-mums-ps55k-benefits-fraud-was-prolonged-course-of-conscious-dishonesty-which-meant-jail-sentence-was-amply-merited-3215419


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