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  1. A stolen passport landed one British couple with a huge demand from the German taxman, who won't back down. A British businessman is facing financial hardship after suffering a serious case of identity fraud, a crime that experts warn is a growing problem across Britain. Adrian Richards, a project manager at a construction firm who lives in London, is currently liable for a £130,000 unpaid tax bill in Germany and has had to hire solicitors to fight a £34,000 court order. The nightmare stems from the theft of Mr Richards's passport in 2003. Fraud experts describe it as one of the wor
  2. GPs charge disabled up to £130 to appeal fitness-to-work decisions Doctors are charging sick and disabled people up to £130 for medical evidence to appeal decisions about their fitness to work, The Independent has learnt. NHS GPs are telling patients they will only provide the necessary details to challenge controversial Work Capability Assessments if they pay. Others are refusing to help at all. Citizens Advice say in many areas GPs are helping with an appeal only if patients pay a fee of between £25 and £130. There are also reports from 15 of its centres that fam
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