Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing crimes in Britain. Fraudsters cost the taxpayer il.7 billion a year, and experts estimate that there are at least 650,000 false identities currently being used. Matthew Chapman looks at the financial and personal costs of this growth industry.
With Eleanor Oldroyd.
Football Burnley v Preston in Division Two at 1.00, and Middlesbrough v Southampton in the Premiership at 4.00.
Rugby Union Wasps v London Irish in Premiership One. Rugby League More sixth-round action from the Challenge Cup.
Golf The Turespana Masters. Boxing News and interviews following this morning's bout between Lennox Lewis and Evander Holyfield. Plus tennis, athletics and cricket.
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