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Private detective exposes wine seller as bigamist

A wine merchant from Essex has been given a four month suspended prison sentence after admitting bigamy.   The charge came after his second wife hired a private detective to follow up her suspicions...

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For Savvy Criminals, U.K.’s Hedge Fund Market Offers Chance to Grow Profits

Wealthy foreign criminals may be actively targeting the U.K.’s hedge fund industry in an attempt to launder illicit proceeds, according to sources in London and Moscow. The allegations follow increased...

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The risks of flaunting wealth online

Investigators and cyber security firms are reporting a big rise in social media playing a key role in uncovering hidden assets.  Experts are warning those who don’t want their valuables to...

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Conflict International at Operational Risk Conference

Director of Conflict International, Mike LaCorte, is to speak at the second annual New Generation Operational Risk conference, being held in London on 15th and 16th March and presented by the Centre for...

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Is Madonna 'spying' on her son?

Madonna is reported to have deployed a protective surveillance investigator to keep watch on her son Rocco while he lives with his father. Several sources told the US gossip website TMZ that the pop star,...

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Conflict Private on the ski slopes

Conflict Private’s comprehensive intelligence and surveillance service for high-net-worth individuals takes us to many different countries.  A growing trend is for us to be deployed to ski resorts. We...

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Brazil attempts to fight Zika outbreak

With six months to go until the Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero, officials are focusing their resources on combatting the outbreak of the Zika virus.   Although Brazil is approaching Carnival season,...

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Could a three-year-old could hack your website?

The UK's Information Commissioner has warned that hacking into a website is so simple that a three-year-old could do it. Christopher Graham told MP's on the Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee...

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How do you tell if a lottery ticket is genuine?

UK lottery operators Camelot are sifting through 'hundreds' of claims from people that a missing £33 million lottery ticket is theirs. One alleged claimant reported a damaged ticket that had been...

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Divorce enquiries peak in January

January is traditionally seen as the month where many think of a new start and this is reflected in figures showing that solicitors see a significant increase in enquiries about divorce during the first...

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