Fraud



England: Taxpayers to foot bill for failed fraud prosecution brought by millionaire

Taxpayers must foot the bill for a fail fraud prosecution brought by a millionaire solicitor, a judge ruled yesterday.

Published 7 May 2019

England: Woman convicted for slip-and-trip fraud in first-of-its-kind private prosecution

A woman has been convicted of fraud in what is believed to be the first private prosecution in the UK by an insurance company against a so-called "slip-and-trip" fraudster.

Published 3 April 2019

Flanagan welcomes new fraud figures as evidence of Government's success

Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan has welcomed new figures showing a rise in recorded fraud offences as evidence of the success of the Government's anti-fraud strategy.

Published 25 March 2019

Public consultation on anti-fraud and anti-corruption measures launched

The Department of Justice has announced the launch of a public consultation on Ireland's anti-fraud and anti-corruption structures and procedures in criminal law enforcement.

Published 14 March 2019