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A scheme allowing lawyers to enter courts and tribunals without a full security search is to be rolled out nationally after a successful pilot, HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has announced.
Taxpayers must foot the bill for a fail fraud prosecution brought by a millionaire solicitor, a judge ruled yesterday.
A specialist taskforce to tackle staff corruption in jails has been announced by Justice Secretary David Gauke today (4 May 2019).
David Gauke, the justice secretary, delivered an upbeat assessment this morning on his chances of boosting the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) budget after huge cuts.
A PAKISTANI-origin man convicted in the UK’s biggest ever cyber fraud case is now facing a confiscation hearing in a British court.
A man has been seriously injured after dousing himself with acid in court.
TSB will tomorrow announce a fraud refund guarantee that means the bank’s 5.2m customers will be covered if they are an innocent victim of fraud.
A woman has been convicted of fraud in what is believed to be the first private prosecution in the UK by an insurance company against a so-called “slip-and-trip” fraudster.
Companies should be prepared to keep hold of evidence of fraud and corruption in their ranks if they want to co-operate with the authorities, the boss of the UK fraud office has said.
A Sussex Police project which supports the vulnerable victims of fraud has been praised by a new national report.
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