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British Engineers and the Common Market. Discussion on the paper by James N. Lowe MA CEng MICE MConsE

The Chairman: ' This is a most unusual subject. It is not often that we get this far away from structural engineering. Nevertheless, it is a very important subject not only to us but to the whole of our friends in the construction industry. I have read the paper twice. That does not mean to say that the first time I read it I did not fully understand it. It means that I came to the conclusion that there was much more in what you did not say than what you did say, Mr. Lowe. In other words there was a great deal more between the lines than in black and white. '