Author: Graham, J
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The collapse of the Hotel New World at 11.15am on 15 March 1986 was sudden and complete, with no part of the structure left upstanding. T.W. Hulme, H.S. Parmar, K.H. Hou and P. Scripathy
‘Engineering our status’ Colin Pountney’s viewpoint on this subject (3 November last) and the subsequent letter to Verulam from Carlo Dinardo (19 January) have prompted such a wide response that we make no apology in devoting the whole of this month’s column to this issue. Despite its undoubted ‘yet again’ connotation, it just will not, it appears, ‘go away’! Verulam