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Benefit fraudster claiming disability allowance caught red handed when he was training his football team

by duncan12 October 7, 2012 Fraud

John Alexander, 68, a football manager who had claimed nearly £7,000 in benefits because he was ‘virtually unable to walk’ was caught playing and training with his team. John Alexander was able to claim Disability Living Allowance after telling benefit officials that he could barely able to move. But he was caught red handed when […]

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Barristers May Strike Over Legal Aid Fees

by Ralli May 18, 2012 Criminal Law

The Criminal Bar has it seems had its voice heard at last. All too often the press publish the fees of the highest paid solicitors and barristers from public funding but do not publish what the “average” remuneration for a 12 month period is. Quite often a case which pays a significant amount in fees […]

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