A disgraced NHS executive who lied his way into a string of top jobs has been ordered to sell his boat and cash in a pension plan to repay some of his fraudulent earnings. Ex-social worker Jon Andrewes invented fake degrees to land jobs running a hospice and two NHS trusts. He admitted deception and fraud and was jailed for two years in 2017. He must sell a half share in a Dutch barge, a share of his profit from the sale of the house in Topsham, an insurance payout for a Seat Leon car, premium bonds, and a pension plan. He has completed his two-year sentence and is now out on license.