CRB: internet ready?

Regarding the article: 'FSA defends practices as rogue broker slips through the application net' (Insurance Age, November 2008, p7)

It seems incredible that an individual with a criminal record can slip through the net in relation to the regulation of insurance brokers with the Financial Services Authority.

The article suggests that it is a lengthy and expensive process to secure information from the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and I wonder why this seems to be the case. We are now living in a

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