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Named: Saudi commanders ‘given luxury cars by UK contractor’

Whistleblower identifies two military chiefs who received gifts from defence company By Frederika Whitehead | 8 August 2012 Two Saudi military chiefs who were allegedly gifted luxury cars by...

Auditors highlight rising concerns over government spending

National Audit Office qualifies government accounts to £13.5 billion – excluding MoD By Steve Lodge, David Hencke, Mark Conrad and Frederika Whitehead | 6 August 2012 "Overpayments, on this scale, are taking place...

NAO warns government bodies about extra staff payments

Accounts for 16 departments and agencies qualified by auditors, Exaro analysis shows By Steve Lodge, David Hencke, Mark Conrad, Frederika Whitehead and Hui Shan Khoo 6 August 2012 UK government auditors are warning...

HMRC ‘tax snitching’ rewards reach £1m during financial crisis

Pay-outs for informing on tax evasion rise in latest financial year, new figures show By Steve Lodge | 30 July 2012 I would not like to see this turned...

Auditors condemn funding body for England’s academies

National Audit Office criticises ‘excess payments’ by academy schools to former staff By David Hencke and Frederika Whitehead | 27 July 2012 "I have been unable to confirm that, in all...

Military intervention in Syria is ‘more than 50 per cent’ likely

Chemical weapons raise chances of military action, says former UN WMD expert By John Davison | 25 July 2012 Even if Assad does not opt to do anything deliberately...

Royal Bank of Scotland to make key step towards privatisation

Regulators poised to approve RBS withdrawal from taxpayer-funded protection scheme By Richard Wachman | 24 July 2012 "Government ownership of the banks has not fixed anything" - Douglas Carswell, Conservative...

Agency boss exposed by Exaro defends activities to Leveson

Cash offer to public officials for information was first made in ‘different environment’ By David Hencke and Alison Winward | 18 July 2012 "I am sure that you can understand why...

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Marshall County Man Convicted of Federal Cyberstalking and Gun Crime

A Marshall County man was convicted Thursday afternoon of cyberstalking as well as a federal gun violation following a...

Former Employee Of Hospital Pleads Guilty To Compromising Dozens Of Hospital Computers And Coworkers’ Email Accounts And Stealing Their Confidential Information

Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that RICHARD LIRIANO...

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