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Fraud and error in UK furlough scheme could hit £3.5 billion

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Fraud and error in UK furlough scheme could hit £3.5 billion

The UK’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme could have paid out up to UK£3.5 billion fraudulently or by error, a senior official told a parliamentary committee on 7 September [2020].

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