“Until recently, the FCA’s approach to the relationship between fitness and propriety and other categories of offending was less clear cut. However, it has hardened its view in this area, culminating in late 2020 with the prohibition of three individuals for offences that were neither financial nor dishonest in character; offences including making, possessing and distributing indecent photographs of children, voyeurism and engaging in controlling and coercive behaviour”
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