G4S is facing fresh controversy after the Government announced it plans to refer the private security giant to the Serious Fraud Office for a second time.
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Tuesday 25 October 2011
Khodorkovsky's son says smuggled writings reveal a changed man
Sunday 23 October 2011
With the expectation of another harsh winter, the cost of buildings insurance premiums have shot up. In the past 12 months the average cost of buildings cover has rocketed 14.3 per cent according to the AA Insurance Premium Index.
Friday 21 October 2011
Chief executive's removal after only two weeks prompts questions over controversial transactions
Thursday 20 October 2011
London is the fraud capital of the UK, being home to around three-quarters of the UK's "identity fraud hotspots", a study has found.
Thursday 20 October 2011
The alleged rogue trader accused of gambling away a record £1.5 billion was today committed to crown court.
Wednesday 19 October 2011
The ousted Olympus chief executive, Michael Woodford, pledged yesterday to return if shareholders cut out the "cancer" at the company by removing the current board.
Saturday 01 October 2011
A pensioner from Kent has been jailed after faking his own death in Central America so that he could secure a £520,000 life insurance payout.
Friday 30 September 2011
Payouts that would have been mailed out today to victims of Bernard Madoff's investment fraud have been put on hold, after a legal judgment that may have blown a $3bn hole in efforts to recover lost money.
Friday 16 September 2011
Neighbours of Kweku Adoboli had noticed him working much longer hours than normal in recent days, doubtless assuming that the smartly dressed trader was engrossed in one of the big deals that had propelled him into the upper echelons of one of the City's most illustrious banks.
Sunday 04 September 2011
Saturday 03 September 2011
It comes to something when normally law-abiding citizens start forging payslips to get a larger mortgage, risking a criminal conviction while they're at it. Apparently it's a "fraud for need, not fraud for greed" thing according to a spokesperson from the UK fraud prevention service CIFAS, but I'm not sure about the "need" bit at all. Despite a good two years of belt-tightening and wringing our hands, we're still not learning our lesson are we? And it's not like that lesson isn't a straightforward one – don't buy something until you can afford it, including property.
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