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Discussion. The Structural Engineer's Place in the Post-War World

SIR PATRICK HANNON, M.P., proposing a vote of thanks to the author for his provokingly stimulating paper, said Mr. Bossom had carved out a place peculiarly hls own in the House of Commons: If any question arose as regards planning or anything that affected the amenities of the country, Mr. Bossom was always to be found either at question time or in debate facing the Ministers and putting the question at issue in its correct perspective. From the point of view of national development and particularly in regard to the position of the structural engineer or builder, there was no more genial and kindly, but at the same time from the point of view of Ministers more constructive critic, than Mr. Bossom.