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A 44-year-old finance officer has been sentenced for stealing over £27,000 from Abraham Moss Community School in Crumpsall, where she had worked for 23 years.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - More than 500,000 euros of funds granted by the European Parliament to two pan-European political groups were misused by their members, the European Commission's anti-fraud watchdog said on Wednesday.
An NHS manager from Newbury Park has been ordered to pay back more than £220,000 he defrauded from Newham's clinical commissioning group or serve an extra three years in prison.
A conman who was part of a criminal gang that swindled £1.2m from the NHS in Lincolnshire has been jailed for 3,458 more days after paying back just a fraction of what he owes.
FRAUDULENT or erroneous claims made to East Renfrewshire Council potentially totalled more than £95,000 last year.
Four years on from the Scottish Government’s anti-fraud strategy document, this event examines what progress has been made in tackling fraud and error across the public sector, and how public bodies can effectively use data, analytics, and risk assessment to protect public resources in Scotland.
Amount of fines issued for falsely claimed medicine has almost doubled in last three years
Two Brighton men have been convicted of using bluetooth headsets to cheat on their driving theory tests.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A former Romanian anti-corruption chief who was sacked by the Bucharest government on the grounds that she exceeded her authority has been made the European Union’s first prosecutor with a mandate to crack down on fraud.
A student nurse from Wirral dishonestly obtained £60,000 in NHS bursaries by falsely claiming to be a single mum while actually married to a serving soldier.
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