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Our principles are reinforced by the government's Better Regulation framework and its Regulators' Code, to which all UK regulators must comply. The Code's core principles are:
In support of these principles we publish:
Additionally, to assist in clear understanding, we provide written and/or oral advice about any of the foregoing and in respect of our interpretation of requirements.
Where applicants are unable to meet the Certification, Licensing or Approval requirements, we will explain why this is so and indicate what steps could be taken to comply so that the relevant privileges may be granted or renewed.
In the event of any formal proposal to refuse or revoke a Certificate, Licence or Approval, we will set out fully and clearly the grounds for taking such action. Before formal enforcement action is taken, we will provide an opportunity to discuss the circumstances of the case and, if possible, resolve points of difference, unless immediate action is required in the interests of safety.
Where there are rights of appeal against formal action, advice on the appeal mechanism will be clearly set out in writing at the time the action is taken (see also Appeals Against Regulatory Decisions[link])
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