BBC NewsAccountant Jeffrey Bevan jailed for £1.7m Bermuda theftBBC NewsThe court heard he was prosecuted in the UK because all the money had been transferred here out of Bermuda. In mitigation, the court heard Bevan's actions were the result of a "mad two years" and he was described as a "regular, honest, decent family ...and more »
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The GuardianAmerican tourist punched armed police at Buckingham PalaceThe GuardianRyan Robinson punched one of the officers in the face at least four times outside the palace, leaving him with bruising. Photograph: Alamy. An American tourist assaulted two armed police officers outside Buckingham Palace after asking them if they knew ...and more »
Belfast TelegraphAccountant Jeffrey Bevan jailed for £1.3m Bermuda theftBBC NewsBevan used the money he stole to pay off the mortgage on his home in Cwmbran. He also bought a house in Newport, two flats in Swansea, as well as property in Scotland and England and two Mercedes Benz cars. Bevan was described as a "gambling addict ...Accountant jailed after stealing £1.8m from Bermudan governmentBelfast Telegraphall 7 news articles »
Business MattersBusiness MattersWhat obligations each borrower hasBusiness MattersBusiness MattersTaking a loan can become advantageous if a borrower follows certain rules. On contrary, it can become a nightmare, if a person does not meet his financial obligations. A loan is a legal contract between you and the bank. There is no way a client can ...