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As the UK emerges from the worst public health crisis in living memory, some businesses could find themselves facing criminal charges, fines and penalties, as the Government turns its attention to tackling Covid fraud.
A FRAUD investigation is underway into a west Belfast GP surgery in relation to forged prescriptions, The Irish News has learned.
A former IT manager of an NHS trust has pleaded guilty to defrauding his employer of more than £800,000.
The party’s national treasurer Douglas Chapman MP announced his resignation on Saturday claiming he lacked information to do the job.
Fraud investigators saved Telford & Wrekin Council nearly £300,000 last year, and a report says potential abuse of coronavirus relief grants formed a large part of their work.
City of London police commenced 50 per cent more investigation into fraud connected to the government’s Bounce Back Loan scheme (BBLs) in February than the prior month.
Cotswold District Council has successfully prosecuted two people for operating a vehicle without a private hire licence.
The Department for Work and Pensions estimates that 3.9% of benefit spending was overpaid during 2020-21.
A man and a woman from West Yorkshire have been arrested as part of an HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) investigation into a suspected £3.4m Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) fraud.
The DVSA has investigated more than 2,000 fraud reports in the last year leading to a country-wide MOT clampdown
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