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  1. Albert J. Keates

    Every good idea, once established, ultimately becomes ‘gold plated’.
    Progression from eg old voluntary CORGI to the present, whilst raising standards, has also increased costs and reduced the area of experienced competency, because of the expense of maintaining accreditation; the same set of conditions apply, equally, in respect of other trade groups, requiring registration with ‘competent persons’ schemes.
    PLEASE, if it aint bust, don’t try to mend it.


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