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Movement at a crossroads

Letters

Your article 'Lack of Funds could mean end of M4I' (NCE 25 May) signals a potential crisis of significant magnitude.

Those attending May's M4i conference could sense the air of real achievement and commitment: never before has so much progress been made with the support of private sector players and (here's the key) the Government itself.

M4i is at a crossroads. To make the next step - bringing on board those who have not yet participated - is a major challenge and one for which continued Government support is vital.

John Carpenter, director, Health and Safety Department, Symonds Group, Clarendon House, Stamford New Road, Altrincham WA14 1BY

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