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In recent years, the UK has made great strides in renewable energy generation, thereby reducing its reliance on coal-fired power stations.
Incontinence is a common, if rarely discussed, condition. It will affect nearly one in three people at some point in their life, but still there is little public awareness of the scale of the problem and it remains largely overlooked by Government policy.
To meet the skills that will help drive the Government’s industrial strategy, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers is publishing a report.
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