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A month on, London's Hackney Council is still trying to deal with the problems caused by an 'advanced, criminal cyberattack'.
The Department for Work and Pension (DWP) suspects there could be a rise in people taking advantage of the system
With the introduction of lockdown 2.0 the Job Support Scheme has been dropped and the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) brought back.
Members of Parliament (MPs) have called on the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to tackle benefit fraud and error fairly, as numbers of claimants and incorrect payments hit a fever pitch over the last few months.
12 November 2020: Following claims of fraudulent activity around government support schemes, chartered accountants should turn to their code of ethics to assess and manage their potential exposure to ethical and reputational risk.
Coronavirus support schemes introduced by the government carry a “significant risk” of fraud and error, according to the Treasury’s permanent secretary.
IT HAS emerged a sitting member of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council was one of two people arrested as part of an investigation into suspected fraud.
The first arrests have been made in connection with alleged fraud relating to the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Poplar and Limehouse MP Apsana Begum says she will “vigorously” contest "malicious and false" allegations against her after she was charged with fraud.
Falkirk Council has initiated a corporate fraud investigation into the awarding of construction contracts.
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