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Raising engineers’ status Brian Stocker from Canterbury, Kent, has a positive suggestion on the subject and writes: I suppose we should be big enough to hold our heads up in society without the protection of registration or licencing. The reality, I think, is that we are not recognised perhaps as much as we should like to be or maybe deserve to be simply because we are not so protected. I come in contact with numbers of language students from diverse parts of the world who treat me with almost embarrassing respect because I am an engineer. I am just not used to it! Their engineers are all registered.