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Clothing boss gets five years for VAT fraud

Mubbashir Alam
A businessman who set up fake clothing companies and pocketed nearly £1.25 million in VAT repayment fraud, has been jailed for five years.  Mubbashir Alam, 39, from Rochdale, hijacked other people’s identities to conceal the ownership of many of the companies in an attempt to disguise his own involvement.  Gemma Caffrey, 33, and Shaban...

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A group which represents UK Gujaratis has vowed to continue the fight to convince the Indian government to reinstate direct flights between London and Ahmedabad, after their campaign was turned down. The National Congress of Gujarati Organisat More News »

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A group of Pakistani men under investigation over alleged child sex exploitation have been ordered to stay away from girls, in what police have hailed as a "groundbreaking" court ruling. London's High Court issued an in More News »

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PAKISTANI Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will bring his own car to a regional meeting in Nepal next week, an official said on Tuesday (November 18), turning down an offer to borrow a bulletproof limousine lent by India. Pakistan will transport S More News »
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