NHS managers who defrauded £1m from health service ordered to give up their Dubai bolthole

NHS managers who defrauded £1m from health service ordered to give up their Dubai bolthole
 

A pair of NHS managers who defrauded the health service of over £1 million have been ordered to give up their bolthole in Dubai.
Deborah Hancox, 47, and John Leigh, 56, set up sham IT companies to sell products back to the NHS at inflated prices during a ‘well-orchestrated and meticulously planned conspiracy’.
Now they have been ordered to sell a property in the United Arab Emirates and use the proceeds to compensate the National Health Service.
Hancox and Leigh, of Samuel Street, Middleton, first began fleecing the NHS in 2003 when Leigh was working as IT purchaser with the North Western... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 44
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