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A German court has convicted a 33-year-old Italian man for making extortion and bomb threats against NHS hospitals at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic’s first wave last year
A councillor and his wife are due to stand trial later this year after allegedly committing fraud to claim £10,000 from a Covid-19 grant scheme.
Nearly 44,000 fraudulent applications have been turned away by banks
4 March 2021: Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled a new fraud taskforce to clamp down on criminals who exploit the government’s COVID support schemes.
The most senior army officer to face a court martial for more than two centuries has been accused of defrauding the taxpayer out of almost £50,000 to pay for private school fees.
An NHS business consultant has been spared jail after conning his dementia-stricken mother out of almost £50,000 to pay off his gambling debts.
A dedicated unit to crack down on Covid-19 fraudsters exploiting Government financial rescue schemes like furlough is due to be announced in the Budget next week.
Fraudsters are trying to cash in on mistakes made by the EU's coronavirus vaccination campaign by offering millions of scam jabs to member states.
Three North Korean computer programmers have been charged by the US over their alleged involvement in a number of global cyber attacks, including the WannaCry attack on the NHS in 2017.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission is taking action to curb growing cases of COVID-19 vaccine fraud and bring people responsible for it to justice, the president of the EU's executive said on Wednesday.
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