Woman accused of £100,000 Welsh assembly fraud in court
A woman accused of defrauding more than £100,000 from the Welsh assembly has appeared in court.
Tracey Baker, 44, is alleged to have dishonestly received payments meant for the assembly's cleaning suppliers last year.
Ms Baker, from Farnley Road, South Norwood, in London, denies fraud by false representation.
Croydon Magistrates' Court sent her case to the crown court.
Deputy District Judge Robert Booker granted Ms Baker unconditional bail until her next appearance, at Croydon Crown Court on 16 April.