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It comes as Gloucestershire Constabulary and Action Fraud received allegations individuals involved with the company had been dishonestly retaining or selling works of art.
It comes as Gloucestershire Constabulary and Action Fraud received allegations that individuals involved with the company had been dishonestly retaining or selling works of art.
He admitted fraud and two charges of dishonestly making false representations to obtain benefit.
It was also alleged he dishonestly claimed Housing Benefit while failing to declare other sources of income and had more than PS280,000 in bank accounts.
Henwood also "misrepresented her marital status" when claiming tax credits, dishonestly declaring in April, 2004 that her husband was not living at the family home and later repeating the lie.
Kirsty Louise Bonner, 33, of Repton Avenue, Roseworth, Stockton, appeared at Teesside Magistrates' Court after pleading guilty to a charge of dishonestly failing to tell the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) that she was no longer incapable of work.
His business partner John Cooper, 56, of Caversham Place, Sutton Coldfield, has denied one count of carrying on a regulated activity without being an authorised or exempt person and four of dishonestly concealing a material fact.
Interviewed under caution, she admitted dishonestly claiming jobseeker's allowance, housing and council tax benefits and income support.
Between April 2004 and January 2009 Zahida dishonestly received pounds 12,500 income support, while Mohammed, who is blind and suffers from several illnesses, dishonestly received the same amount in care allowance.
Disgraced MP Eric Illsley has confirmed that he will be resigning his seat following his conviction for dishonestly claiming more than Au14,000 in expenses.
The court heard on Tuesday the dignitary dishonestly obtained by deception pounds 21,118 for Step Out Drop In between June 1997 and June 1998, by falsely claiming to the Department of Environment, Transport and Regions the charity was eligible for a grant to employ a person called Richard Jacobs.
Prosecutors allege that Davies dishonestly gained a total of pounds 720.