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A dedicated unit to crack down on Covid-19 fraudsters exploiting Government financial rescue schemes like furlough is due to be announced in the Budget next week.
Fraudsters are trying to cash in on mistakes made by the EU's coronavirus vaccination campaign by offering millions of scam jabs to member states.
Three North Korean computer programmers have been charged by the US over their alleged involvement in a number of global cyber attacks, including the WannaCry attack on the NHS in 2017.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission is taking action to curb growing cases of COVID-19 vaccine fraud and bring people responsible for it to justice, the president of the EU's executive said on Wednesday.
In 2019, the UK Department for Work and Pensions published their two-part staff guide on conducting fraud investigations. Privacy International went through the 995 pages to understand how those investigations happen and how the DWP is surveilling benefits claimants suspected of fraud.
The Cabinet Office has begun a consultation on the expansion of data matching as part of the National Fraud Initiative (NFI).
A sheriff is considering whether a report into fraud allegations made by a council whistleblower nearly two decades ago should be handed over to him by local authority chiefs.
Royal Engineer Lloyd Hamilton misused taxpayers' money to send his children to one of the country's most expensive boarding schools.
A former school finance manager has pleaded guilty to committing fraud by abuse of position after spending more than £15,000 on personal purchases using a school’s corporate card.
Warning that schools are vulnerable to fraud during the pandemic when internal controls 'may have slipped'
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