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To offer good news about the NHS to the media is like offering tofu to a tiger. Your chances of success are very small unless you lace that wholesome good news with something more, well, meaty.
Almost half of accountants surveyed by Moore Stephens and CIPFA said grant fraud – where an individual, business or charity applies for money it is not eligible for, or spends it on activities not included in the conditions – poses a high or very high risk.
Everyone has a role to play in cyber security, including big market players – but if this is not done voluntarily, legislation may be required, says the European commissioner for security union
A new inquiry has been ordered into the family finances of a former NHS executive and nurse who pleaded guilty to fraud earlier this year, in an attempt to force her to repay over £11,000.
The new NHS Counter Fraud Authority vows to investigate “without fear or favour” to better protect the health service.
A new watchdog, the NHS Counter Fraud Agency, created to tackle fraud in the NHS.
More will be done to protect the NHS in England from "despicable" acts of fraud, the head of the health service's new anti-fraud body has said.
The St George’s University Hospitals NHS foundation trust insisted there had been no fraud but admitted that two investigations had found its money-handling systems “fell well short” of expected standards
The former pro vice-chancellor of Edge Hill University and his partner have been sentenced to five years each in prison for defrauding the institution of £500,000.
A former Dundee City Council IT officer who stole more than £1m from the authority has been ordered to pay back less than £50,000.
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