Regina v Tilley – Times Law Reports

Posted August 5th, 2009 in benefits, fraud, law reports, social security by sally

Regina v Tilley

Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)

“If a third party knew of a change that affected the benefit of a person claiming income support, he would be guilty of an offence only if he dishonestly allowed the beneficiary to fail to report the change provided that he had been active in some way in the failure.”

The Times, 5th August 2009