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A crooked treasurer whose multi-thousand pound fraud brought a West Cumbria bus drivers’ social group “to its knees” has been jailed.
A Selkirk accountant has admitted to being involved in a fraudulent scheme involving almost £50,000 at the town's sheriff court, pleading guilty to making fraudulent applications and claims to government agency Skills Development Scotland.
Former chairman Sir Richard Broadbent gives evidence
Two Shipston men have been sentenced for their part in a series of frauds, in attempt to buy Hartlepool Football Club, following a two-year investigation by Warwickshire Police and HM Revenue and Customs.
Dave Lewis tells court of his surprise at learning in 2014 that Tesco’s profits had been misstated, leading to company’s worst crisis in near 100-year history
There have been some surprising reports in the media about a police investigation into a British bank’s treatment of its SME customers.
Action Fraud has received intelligence which suggests that fraudsters are setting up fake job adverts online in order to lure in unsuspecting jobseekers.
Four men accused of fiddling car loans have been cleared after the alleged victims told a jury they didn't regard the claimed frauds as serious.
The leader of the group, who worked for Coventry-based Severn Trent, secretly sold the houses to his friends and associates for way below the market value.
A Brighton train maintenance manager has been jailed for six years for a £690,000 fraud, having bought a hot tub, Harley-Davidson motorbikes and foreign holidays with his ill-gotten gains.
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