British Weights and Measures Association

The current British Weights and Measures Association, or BWMA, is a pressure group established in the United Kingdom (UK) in 1995, founded by Vivian Linacre. The current body was established in 1995, but there had also been a predecessor organisation, also called the BWMA, that was established in 1904, and lapsed after the First World War.

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