Re: people should not be fraudulently using the service
Unfortunately, waving their hands in the air while feebly whining that "people should not be fraudulently using the service" seems to be typical of almost everybody who has been put in charge of NHS medical data for the last two decades. Just how big a clue stick do we need to clobber them with before they realise that a British citizen's medical data is PRIVATE and not theirs to do what they like with.
The people charged with protecting medical data are subject to GDPR penalties if they sell it, give it to PeterTheil because he's a mate or to the spawn of Google because that seems like a good idea after a few pints, so why have none of these people been charged under GDPR, which has now been incorporated into UK law, and sacked?
Bastards, all of them.