The standard (non-urgent) forms of regulatory intervention are governed by a formal process designed to ensure registered persons are fairly treated. This begins with the issue of a notice of proposal under this section. Every notice must give the CQC’s reasons for its proposal (subsection (6), for example why the CQC takes the view that […]
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