Author: Johnson, D;Choo, B S
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Johnson, D;Choo, B S
This paper outlines the original development of a supermarket for J. Sainsbury plc on a methane-producing landfill site. The original store was among the first commercial developments in the UK on this type of site and was, therefore, of necessity innovative. P.D. George
Introduction: Part 3 The 1992 examination was attempted by 1065 candidates, a decrease of 45 on last year’s figure. The overall pass-rate of 38.2 % was down 1.1% compared with last year, and it remains disappointing to see the pass-rate below the 40 Yo mark. The total number of UK candidates was 674, of whom 292 passed, a passrate of 43.3%, slightly down compared to last year. The total number of overseas candidates was 399, an increase of 41, of whom 117 passed, a pass-rate of 29.3 %, a slight increase compared to last year.
The events of mid-September taught us yet again two maxims to guide a British politician. As John Major watched his personal crusade against devaluation crumble about him in a few days, did he recall both: ‘A week is a long time in politics’ from Harold Wilson?; and ‘Market forces must be allowed to work’ from Margaret Thatcher? Perhaps he also recalled a third, older maxim: ‘Those who ignore history are condemned to relive it’. Sir Alistair Morton