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It must have seemed to John North and his design staff that they were stuck with being deemed medium bomber specialists, just the type of aircraft in which the RAF was not interested. 32 heavy bomber, they found themselves up against experts in those fields, companies such as Bristol and Hawker with long experience of producing superlative fighters, or Handley Page, acknowledged experts in heavy bomber production. With completion of both Sidestrand production, and the RI01 airship contract, Boulton & Paul were not well equipped to deal with the terrible world slump which followed the financial crash of 1929.

Specification 21/28 had called for a mail carrier capable of carrymg 1,000 lb of mail at 150 mph over a stage of 1,000 miles. This performance was to be sustained at half engine power, so that level flight could be maIOtamed should one engine fail. 2 555 hp geared radials mounted on the upper wings. The aircraft featured the same locked-joint steel construction of the medium bombers, with fabric covering throughout, apart from the nose section, which was ply covered for a smooth finish, and the tailplane which was metal covered.

The company's ties with Saunders-Roe were also strong, and they were to supply the wing structure for the Saro London flying-boat. In a further attempt to exploit Boulton & Paul's expertise in metal construction, John North sought to co-operate with Armstrong Whitworth and Gloster in the formation of the Metal Construction Pool, to pool each company's patents. An agreement was signed on 29 May, 1931, by John North, S W Hiscocks for Armstrong Whitworth and Hugh Burroughes for Gloster. The resulting company was jointly owned, and took the name Aircraft Technical Services Co, with offices in London.

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