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Telecoms provider Oricom working with NHS fraud officers in ongoing probe

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Re: Does being "raided" have a different meaning over there?

It often has criminal connotations, particularly in the tabloid style aped by el Reg, evoking images of bank raids and jewel theives. The article makes it sound as though the offices were raided by an intruder so I'm just as mystified as to why the police aren't yet involved.

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