[(1) The FCA may give a direction under this section if—
(a) an authorised person has made, or proposes to make, a communication or has approved, or proposes to approve, another person's communication, and
(b) the FCA considers that there has been, or is likely to be, a contravention of financial promotion rules in respect of the communication or approval.
(2) A direction under this section may require the authorised person—
(a) to withdraw the communication or approval;
(b) to refrain from making the communication or giving the approval (whether or not it has previously been made or given);
(c) to publish details of the direction;
(d) to do anything else specified in the direction in relation to the communication or approval.
(3) A requirement in a direction under this section to refrain from making or approving a communication includes a requirement to refrain
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