More than two-thirds of Government contracts held by the controversial outsourcing giants Serco and G4S are open to fraud and error, ministers have admitted.
A major anti-corruption trial involving a billionaire Labour donor who is a friend of Tony Blair collapsed yesterday following an embarrassing error by the Serious Fraud Office.
Investigation suggests some civil servants have portions of their tax bills paid for
Phillippa Williamson was allowed to run up bill in deal criticised as ‘quite astounding’ by MPs
Chancellor writes SFO cheques - so is there a conflict of interest?
Wealthy businessman faces legal wrath of Israeli veterans he hired to help in £300m fight with SFO
Gregg Fryett sold a green miracle to his investors – and now they could lose up to £32m
Hewlett-Packard took an 8.8 billion US dollar (£5.5 billion) hit today as it accused former staff at a UK software company it bought last year of cooking the books.
As Asil Nadir fought the battle of his life at the Old Bailey, the question on everyone's lips was: "Why did he come back?"
Asil Nadir built Polly Peck International from a small fruit trading business into one of the biggest conglomerates in Europe.
Search warrants issued to the Serious Fraud Office against property magnates Robert and Vincent Tchenguiz are to be set aside.
A batch of "critical" emails sent from the Bank of England deputy governor Paul Tucker to former Barclays boss Bob Diamond were released today ahead of a highly anticipated hearing on the Libor-fixing scandal.
As Obama plans taxes on super-rich, Eduardo Saverin applies to give up citizenship
UK's richest give highest proportion of wealth in a decade but philanthropic trend may be at risk
Ken Livingstone pulled level with Boris Johnson in the London mayoral contest at the start of this year when a fares hike took effect, but lately he seems to be looking for ways to throw the election away.
Former energy secretary Chris Huhne has hired Harry Redknapp's legal team to fight allegations of perverting the course of justice.