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Telegraph.co.ukWelsh government credit cards used to buy Victoria's Secret lingerie and £1500 of cakeTelegraph.co.ukCivil service credit cards have been used to buy more than £1,500 of cake and £103 of Victoria's Secret lingerie in the last five years, an investigation has found. More than 200 civil servants used their Welsh Government procurement cards to spend ...Victoria's Secret 'fraudulent' government credit card spendBBC NewsWelsh civil servants spent public money at Toys R Us and IkeaThe GuardianAverage of £1.5m a year spent on Welsh Government credit cardsSouth Wales Argusall 7 news articles »
Daily MailHMRC paid out £1.9 million in compensation after sending company bankrupt with tax demandDaily MailAccording to the accounts £118.6million of personal tax credit debt - much of which will have been overpaid by the department - was written off in 2015-16 as it was regarded as 'uncollectable'. The report said 'no targeted exercises' were ... 'In 2014 ...and more »
BBC NewsVictoria's Secret 'fraudulent' government credit card spend - BBC NewsBBC NewsA Welsh Government credit card has been fraudulently used to spend £103.91 at lingerie shop Victoria's Secret, the government says.Welsh civil servants spent public money at Toys R Us and Ikea ...The GuardianAverage of £1.5m a year spent on Welsh Government credit cards ...South Wales Argusall 6 news articles »
BBC NewsVictoria's Secret 'fraudulent' government credit card spendBBC NewsA Welsh Government credit card has been fraudulently used to spend £103.91 at lingerie shop Victoria's Secret, the government has said. The money has been returned but it is not known if anyone was disciplined. Some £7.5 million has been spent on Welsh ...Welsh civil servants spent public money at Toys R Us and IkeaThe GuardianAverage of £1.5m a year spent on Welsh Government credit cardsSouth Wales Argusall 6 news articles »
BBC NewsVictoria's Secret fraudulent government credit card spendBBC NewsA Welsh Government credit card has been used to fraudulently spend £103.91 at lingerie shop Victoria's Secret. The money has been returned but it is not known if anyone was disciplined. Some £7.5 million has been spent on Welsh Government credit cards ...and more »
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Telegraph.co.ukMother forced her children to undergo gastric surgery to claim £375k in benefitsTelegraph.co.ukA mother who forced her children to undergo painful gastric surgery to help her claim £375,000 worth of benefits has been convicted of child cruelty. The 43-year-old parent claimed her children were suffering from a number of serious health conditions ...and more »
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Fraudster 'most wanted' list released by taskforce - AOL Money UK

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Here's How to Brexit-Proof Your Pension Savings - Yahoo Finance UK

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Call to ban Highland Council tobacco investments - Press and Journal

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Croydon mum forced healthy children to have surgery to claim benefits - International Business Times UK

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Political or economic malpractice: Which is worse? (2) - Vanguard

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Here's how to Brexit-proof your pension savings - Telegraph.co.uk

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