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I self-certify myself as a mouse.
The point which the SRA seems to have overlooked is that it does not regulate or judge competence. Where in the SRA Handbook does it say "you must be competent and will be committing misconduct if you are not competent"? Nowhere. So, the correct answer to the SRA's request for the declaration is "whether I am competent is not a matter which is within the regulatory remit of the SRA" or (at most) "I think I am competent, but I am capable of mistaking mistakes like everyone else, which is why I paid a lot of money for the insurance cover which you require me to take out".
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