Adviser loses appeal against prison sentence

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A former mortgage adviser jailed for a £478k fraud - which included conning members of his own family - has lost an appeal against his prison sentence.

Mark Lewis, 50, from Hednesford in Staffordshire, was sentenced to six years in prison at Stafford Crown Court in May. He promised investors up to 25% on investments in property schemes and sola...

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