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Movement in clay Rodney Higgins has usedpart of his holiday, he tells us, to catch up on back numbers of The Structural Engineer: most commendable! Evidently, his reading extended more widely, and he writes: Having recently read the new BRE Digest concerning the influence of trees in clay soils on low-rise buildings, I was reminded of an experiment I undertook on a subsidence claim following the 1989-90 drought.