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Fraud affecting the NHS is a £1.29 billion-a-year problem that takes money away from frontline patient care.
A new data matching service used by a council has uncovered a serious case of fraud by a woman who claimed more than £2,000 of benefit she was not entitled to.
Convicted NHS fraudster has been ordered to pay back over £96,000, to be split between a hospice and the NHS, following successful financial recovery action by the NHS Counter Fraud Authority
Do you use the government’s statistics on the levels fraud and error in the benefits system?
A disgraced NHS executive who lied his way into a string of top jobs has been ordered to sell his boat and cash in a pension plan to repay some of his fraudulent earnings
A doctors’ surgery is at the centre of a police fraud probe after a “very substantial” sum allegedly went missing from practice funds.
Statistics released by the Insolvency Service show the characteristics of people applying for bankruptcy in England and Wales between the second quarter of 2014 and the first quarter of 2018.
The EU chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, claimed Theresa May's Chequers based deal would open the European Union up to fraud and also the need to create more red-tape.
Cyber criminals are raking in hundreds of thousands of pounds by spoofing domains of well-known UK universities and then using such fake domains to defraud British and European supply companies out of vast sums of money, Action Fraud has warned.
An employee who swindled a council out of £110,000 was just one of the hundreds of cases of fraud the authority had to deal with last year
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