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NURSES are facing a fraud probe over allegations they earned thousands in bogus overtime claims.
Find information and definitions for the different types of fraud affecting the NHS, diverting vital resources away from patient care.
The issue of young people falling into debt is rarely out of the news. There's been a worrying rise in those turning to charities for help to deal with payday lenders and loan sharks.
A crooked NHS manager ran a black market racket at work in which he bought his son a £925 mobile phone on the health service - and then got taxpayers to pay his monthly data bills.
The European Commission has adopted an updated Anti-Fraud Strategy designed to improve the detection and prevention of fraud across the EU.
The government is being investigated over its decision to cancel 36,000 student visas due to accusations of cheating on English language tests.
An MP convicted of making a false expenses claim has been ordered to do 50 hours unpaid work and fined £1,500.
Gillian Turton, 41, abused her position to pocket funds children aged between 4-11 had raised for charity as well as money parents had sent in to pay for school trips.
A NORTH-East NHS trust targeted by a criminal gang laundering money via their business accounts will receive more than £216,000 in compensation.
The European Parliament has adopted its negotiating position at first reading on the reform of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF).
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