Rochdale NHS con artist couple must repay £180k

Rochdale NHS con artist couple must repay £180k
 

Two NHS managers who masterminded a £1m fraud have been ordered to repay more than £180,000 to the health service.
John Leigh, 56, and Deborah Hancox, 46, channelled the cash into false companies they set up while working for the former North West Strategic Health Authority.
The used the money to lead luxury lifestyles, buying a cottage in the Lake District and a Jaguar convertible.
The couple have been ordered to repay a total of £184,930.
Leigh, who worked in IT, and Hancox, who helped train doctors, were jailed for three years eight months and two years respectively in 2014 after... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 39
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