Woman accused of fraudulently claiming more than �50,000 to face trial at crown court

A WOMAN accused of fraudulently claiming more than �50,000 in tax credits will stand trial next month before Cambridge Crown Court. Kate Brown, 28, of Overstone Road, Coldham, faces 17 charges of providing false information to claim a total of �51,845 fro

A WOMAN accused of fraudulently claiming more than �50,000 in tax credits will stand trial next month before Cambridge Crown Court.

Kate Brown, 28, of Overstone Road, Coldham, faces 17 charges of providing false information to claim a total of �51,845 from Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs between February 2004 and July 2007.

Her partner Nicholas Chenery, 41, of the same address, is charged with two counts of conspiring to commit fraud in relation to tax credits. It is alleged that Brown conspired with Chenery to commit the fraud between December 2005 and April 2007.

At Fenland Magistrates' Court on Friday both were committed to stand trial at Cambridge on November 20. Both were given unconditional bail.


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