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A doctor conned a Welsh health board out of more than £55,000 by working dozens of locum shifts instead of doing the full-time work he was being paid for.
The authority carried out random checks, resulting in a fine of up to £100 for cases where patients have either knowingly claimed free medication, or made a mistake like having an exemption certificate that had already expired.
A health trust accountant has been jailed for defrauding the NHS out of more than £84,000.
Read about the impact fraud has on the NHS and what you can do about it.
The European Council has adopted its position on the directive on combating fraud and counterfeiting of non-cash means of payment.
Shameless Deborah Hancox wormed her way back into a health trust job using a different name after being freed from a jail sentence for the IT fraud
The European Commission demanded Britain pay 2.7 billion euros ($3.35 billion) of customs duties that should have been collected on Chinese imports of Chinese footwear and textiles but were not due to fraud.
The fraudster, posing as the headteacher, contacts a member of staff with responsibility for authorising financial transfers and requests for a one off, often urgent, bank transfer to be made.
The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) has seen an increase in recent weeks in the volume of CEO Fraud reports whereby schools are the targeted victim.
A service user who was convicted of defrauding the health service by claiming over £9,000 in false expenses has been handed a 4 month custodial sentence
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