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28 March, 2007

Random queries no. 100

One of a series of genuine search engine enquiries which successfully brought visitors to the Ministry.  Can I help?

British Government Bye-law passed in 1936 regarding swimming pools

I don't know about the specific topic, but I may be able to refine your search.

If you mean legislation passed by the UK's national government, it'd be in the form of laws: Bills debated in the House of Commons and House of Lords then enacted to Acts of Parliament, applicable across the whole country.
Bye laws are secondary rules set by local authorities, only applicable within each council's region of responsibility: local laws for local issues. For example, one requires a licence to exercise more than four (4) dogs at once within the public parks of Wandsworth, London.

Therefore, if you're interested in legislation affecting all British swimming pools since 1936 (laws), you need to perform a rather different search than if you're looking for details of swimming pool operation in, say, Milton Keynes (bye laws).

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