Crook Jailed For £1m Scam Re-employed By NHS

Tuesday, 6th March 2018 at 1:42pm

The Mirror reports that an NHS manager who was jailed for her part in an elaborate IT fraud was re-employed as a health service worker after using another surname.

Deborah Hancox funded a lavish lifestyle, along with her partner John Leigh, by tricking the NHS into buying goods from their own companies and marking up prices by up to 60%.

But after being freed from a jail sentence for the fraud, Hancox managed to secure the job of Effective Use of Resources Officer in Greater Manchester, by using the name Moshin.

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