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In foods, red yeast is used as a food coloring for Peking duck. The active ingredient in red yeast is the same as the active ingredient in prescription drugs called statins. Statins are used for high cholesterol. Santa Barbara pulled to within one at 21 20, but Royals setter Braeden Lisea went back to Peters for a side out. Ian McLain followed with a kill in the middle. A serving error and a solo block by Brace kept the Dons alive at 23 22.

I’m the kind of mom who, when she received a bunch of hand me down clothes, went through and weeded out anything with princesses, crowns or ballet slippers on it. The nursery will be bright colors with a minimum of pink. Walking down the girls’ toy aisle at ToysRUs makes me nauseated.

At one job centre more than a third of claims are believed to be bogus (Image: PA)Get the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailMillions of pounds of taxpayers money is being stolen by benefit fraudsters targeting Universal Credit (UC), it has been reported.Criminals are exploiting a loophole in the online claims system to apply for UC and claim loan advances of behalf of people who have no idea they are being signed up for the benefit, according to the BBC .Often, it is said, the first the victim knows is when they receive a letter from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) informing them they are now on UC and that any other benefits will be stopped.At one job centre alone, more than a third of the claims were said to be suspect, while 100,000 a month of fraudulent activity was said to have been recorded at another branch.Wings Over Scotland blogger faces 100,000 legal bill after losing Kezia Dugdale homophobic defamation caseOne official told the BBC that the DWP estimated 10 per cent of the 100,000 advances paid out each month were potentially bogus.According to an internal DWP message board, the suspected bogus claims included a 19 year old with six blind children and claimants with names taken from characters in The Simpsons cartoon series.The DWP said it was aware of the issue and had a team of staff working to identify cases of fraud, with one conviction already secured.Work and Pensions minister Baroness Buscombe said: “Fraud and error in the benefit system remains low, and we continue to work hard to identify and tackle any instances that occur.Family after Scots security guard found dead in tent at Glastonbury”Those involved in the despicable practice of preying on vulnerable people to steal their benefits are parasites, and we are determined to bring them to justice.”We encouraging people to listen to their instincts. If someone offers you a low cost loan from the Government they may be trying to steal your identity.”Treat your personal information for benefits in the same way you would for your bank. And if you think you been targeted, we urge you to report it urgently.”Read MoreTop news stories todayNewsallMost ReadMost RecentSex crimeChild rapist spotted wandering Scots high street wants compo for time spent in jail Sex beast Andrew Anderson had his latest rape conviction quashed last week after winning an appeal and he now wants cash for the time he spent behind bars.GlasgowGlasgow schoolgirl dies after party as two teen boys taken to hospitalChelsea Bruce, 16, became unwell at a flat in the city in the early hours of Sunday morning.

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