Ex-GP Noble trustee loses appeal over £52m pension fraud

Former GP Noble trustee Graham Pitcher's application to appeal his eight-year prison sentence has been refused.

Pitcher was imprisoned in 2011 for conspiracy for defraud for his role in the misuse of £52m in pension scheme funds managed by GP Noble. He launched an appeal in December 2013 on the grounds of new...

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