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‘Anns’ Last month we expressed satisfaction that the decision in Anns‘ case continued to attract discussion because it revealed a serious concern amongst our members about what was in the best interests of the public and also because it helped considerably towards an understanding of what were the responsibilities of the engineer in his various roles. It has been suggested by some that there may be a need for new legislation; in this respect we have had a most interesting letter from Mr. N. Thomas in South Africa. He writes: I have read with great interest two letters from Messrs. Akroyd and Ellis regarding the Anns’ case and potential responsibilities. Verulam