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Engineers’ remuneration and status Alan Hepburn, from Birdham in Chichester; refers to his previous point (Verulam, 19 September 1995): Many thanks for publishing my letter regarding remuneration and status. However, I would like to take issue with you regarding your suggestion with respect to Fellows. This classification, exclusive or otherwise, means nothing to the general public. It is the overall status of a structural engineer which needs to be improved. Verulam

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