Facing disaster in Britain

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Terrorism gave an impetus to DR planning, says Ron Condon, but other factors have kept its importance alive

Disaster recovery suddenly took on a new importance in England when in the early 1990s, the troubles of Northern Ireland arrived on the British mainland. A series of bombs planted by the Irish Republican Army at the heart of London's financial district, and later in the London Docklands area and ...

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