Oh, excuse me, didn't know.
The things mentioned though are bound to be thins to try to get right in order not to make things any worse than they already are.
Heck it is hot here now, I just got back from the supermarket which I don't find so deserving of the name super, but was lovely and chilled in there,it is so hot in my house,upstairs here where I have my computery stuff, I reckon I could fry an egg on the floor if I were to open the curtains, on going downstairs today I immediately felt the cooler air, I am about to shift my computers downstairs as it is now a bit too much up here, I have a little job in, that I need to get finished by tomorrow afternoon, so going to try and get started, it's an employment contract, I've been doing them for a while but that legal-speak does'nt seem like plain English, no, in fact to the best of us it would sound like something out of 1503 sometimes.
That bit I don't get, why they have to keep things that way, an ordinary person, even one with a high level of education would have a hard time getting what the hell they are on about, when you first start reading something like it, you would just give up after a few minutes as it isn't nice language, but when you have to understand it, then it does start to make sense, I would never have read such a document through if it hadn't become part of my work.
It's like it's made that way to keep lawyers in work, no wonder in general that people find it hard to follow legal proceedings, to do so you basically have to turn into a lawyer too.
There's plenty going on in Britain as a result of politics that affects people's health and I don't like the smell of it, in fact I gave them a slagging off yesterday o the government site, asking why it is when they asked is this helpful that they don't make it clear how it is that they imagine politicians who know nothing about medicine can make changes to so many things.
people struggling with the hat in times when it is not even like now, heatwave-like, should be entitled to an extractor over their stoves, it's logical rthat people with lung conditions NEED this, at the very least.
So in thinking in legal terms, I started thinking something needs to be done to fight to put a few things right, as civil rights acts state that every human has the right to life, to privacy and a whole lot of other conditions so that life is livable, if you cannot even cook because of the fumes then my idea is that it is then in your case a human right to get money from the government to pay for a thing you do need.