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Verulam

The Lord's decision in Ann's case continues to stimulate discussion in this column; whatever other outcome there may be from that decision it has certainly brought about an interesting airing of points of view from members and a worthwhile clarification of the issues concerned for many of us. Mr. I. W. Menzies adds his comments when he writes: The roughly cobbled road in which Mr. Tietz (August 1977) finds himself is, I think, the result of his taking a wrong turning in following the 'Anns' case. Verulam