Tew Yee Jeng, from Malaysia, has been sentenced to 44 months in a Singapore jail after being involved in a cash for crash scam.
A Singapore district court judge found Tew had made several trips to the country between 2012 and 2014 to recruit drivers and help try and claim S$105,000 (£51,000) after deliberately slamming on brakes...
An avid runner was found ‘fundamentally dishonest’ after tweeting pictures of himself running and hiking – while having an active claim for whiplash.
A Lancashire man stole multiple hire cars – valued in excess of £200,000 – over a nine month period, but his scam was foiled by anti-motor fraud specialist APU.
Esure has confirmed it has received no approaches regarding a potential offer for the company following speculation this morning.
Elite Insurance will be looking to establish new headquarters outside of Gibraltar following the UK’s decision to leave the EU.