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Terrorism UK: Changes to the Law

(May 18, 2015)  Since the year 2000 we have seen several Terrorism Acts passed by parliament. These Acts introduced a broader definition of terrorism. Over the last fifteen years there have been several amendments to increase efforts against terrorism in the UK and abroad. The Counter Terrorism and Security Act of .

Six Men Arrested After Eight Month Money Laundering Investig ...

(April 07, 2015)  An eight month investigation has led to six men being charged of money laundering. After warrants were executed for various locations in for varioous onvicted of money launderingthe Greater Manchester area under Operation Alveras, various items were seized, from high value cars including a Porsche .

Ex-Teacher Avoids Jail in Indecent Images Case

(March 27, 2015)  Former teacher Darren McKenna has narrowly avoided a prison sentence despite pleading guilty to three counts of downloading indecent images of children and one count of possession of those images. McKenna, 48, appeared at Liverpool Crown Court and was told by Judge Norman Wright that he had ..

Rise in Sexual Offence Allegations in the UK

(March 17, 2015)  A recent news story revealed that, according to recent statistics, sexual offences committed against children is on the rise in the Manchester area. The report by the Manchester Evening News detailed that the number had risen by nearly a third within three years. The figures were released by the ..

Medium Claimed Benefits While Travelling the World

(March 13, 2015)  Timothy Abbott, a Staffordshire medium, has been jailed for eight months after being filmed exercising at the gym whilst claiming he was unfit to work and drawing disability benefits. Abbott, 54, was prosecuted alongside his wife Jeanette, 50, pleaded guilty to benefit fraud which totalled at a ..

Understanding the Impact of Duty Fraud on the UK Economy

(March 10, 2015)  We sometimes have to pay a duty tax on products that we have imported into the UK. There are various rules and requirements that determine whether you need to pay duty on these goods or not; for example, people coming into the UK from any EU country can bring an unlimited amount of goods provided ..


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