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Fraud from abroad targeted by new campaign

British benefit cheats who live overseas are being targeted by a new anti-fraud campaign.

The government estimates that they cost the UK tax payer some £66million a year.

It says there are fraud hot-spots in Pakistan, the US, Bangladesh and Spain.

Ben Ando reports.

  • 27 Dec 2010
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