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Criminal gangs have been found to be exploiting loopholes in the £35bn business bounce back scheme, which could result in a huge hit for taxpayers, according to an investigation by The Mail on Sunday
The head of Whitehall’s spending watchdog has warned ministers there will be “no excuse” if billions of pounds worth of fraud within government schemes continues under a second coronavirus lockdown.
Fraudsters cashing in on the Covid-19 crisis have tried to steal over £250,000 from the public purse in Sandwell, council bosses have said.
7 September2020: Initial estimates have found coronavirus-related fraud could end up costing the taxpayer £4bn. ICAEW Chief Executive Michael Izza urges members to remain vigilant and exercise professional scepticism during this difficult time.
A roaring underground trade in stolen identities is undermining the Universal Credit system and could potentially defraud it out of millions of pounds
SCOTLAND'S most senior law officer has admitted malicious prosecution of the former administrators of Rangers in connection with the collapsed club fraud case.
We have seen good practice at some public bodies in identifying and sharing the latest fraud risks associated with COVID-19. But, from examining the overall effectiveness of counter fraud arrangements at some 40 public bodies, it is clear they collectively need to raise their game and learn from others to tackle fraud in Wales more effectively.
Taxpayers could be hit by a huge fraud time-bomb from Rishi Sunak's £35billion bounce back loans, an investigation by The Mail on Sunday has found.
Less than half of teachers believe their school has done enough to prevent cyber security problems, according to a survey.
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