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mickytuff

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HI ALL CAN YOU DOWNLOAD THE REGS BOOK, EVEN AT A COST, ANY IDEAS ALL???, BE HANDY TO HAVE ON ME LAPTOP:winkiss:
 

Mark_Burgess

Electrician's Arms
Yeah no problem, send me £210 and I will sort it out for you, with that you will get all the updates and any other support you require.
 

hermetic

Regular EF Member
My first (14th ed) regs cost me 25s 0d (£1-25) 1970 with metric additions, I was earning about £4-50 for a 44 hr week! actually I bin looking and some of the regs are the same! they are really taking the p*ss methinks, glad I am out of it! What really used to p*ss me off was that what I earned on saturday morning was actually less than the bus fare to work! and I had rickets, and diptheria ;-)
 
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