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Companies have borrowed more than £70 billion in Government-backed lending, during a year since British businesses were given their first loans lifelines through the Covid-19 crisis.
They ‘saved business’ – a year on from the Government’s company loans | ITV News
NORTH Ayrshire Council is set to splash out £250,000 on the three year salary for a digital officer to safeguard the local authority from cyber attacks.
Criticism as council set to splurge £250,000 on digital officer to safeguard against cyber crime | Largs and Millport Weekly News (largsandmillportnews.com)
Chairman of the Fraud Advisory Panel David Clarke explains how we could disrupt fraudsters’ attempts to exploit the government’s COVID financial aid packages.
Four lessons the UK should learn from COVID fraud | ICAEW
A number of companies that made claims under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will be investigated by HM Revenue & Customs.
A German court has convicted a 33-year-old Italian man for making extortion and bomb threats against NHS hospitals at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic’s first wave last year
A councillor and his wife are due to stand trial later this year after allegedly committing fraud to claim £10,000 from a Covid-19 grant scheme.
Nearly 44,000 fraudulent applications have been turned away by banks
4 March 2021: Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled a new fraud taskforce to clamp down on criminals who exploit the government’s COVID support schemes.
The most senior army officer to face a court martial for more than two centuries has been accused of defrauding the taxpayer out of almost £50,000 to pay for private school fees.
An NHS business consultant has been spared jail after conning his dementia-stricken mother out of almost £50,000 to pay off his gambling debts.
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