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EU energy crisis explodes: Spain orders citizens to TURN OFF lights – UK could be next

The president of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, stated final weekend that the financial savings plan “proposes the identical temperatures for a frozen meals store as for a bookshop, to set the identical temperatures for a fruit store as for a garments store is solely improvisation”.

This isn’t the case. Well being centres and hospitals, coaching centres – equivalent to faculties, universities and nurseries – hairdressing salons, gyms, airplanes and trains are exempt. So are resort rooms, that are thought-about non-public areas. Alternatively, widespread areas in inns, bus, metro or prepare stations, theatres, cinemas, outlets or exhibition halls do need to comply, though with flexibility.

The third vice-president and minister for Ecological Transition has indicated on a number of events in current days that there might be flexibility, particularly for small institutions and firms. “Massive corporations have the capability to begin up instantly,” she stated on Tuesday in an interview on Cadena SER. The identical is just not true, she stated, for “a small bookshop” which “might have difficulties, or a meals store”.

As well as, the temperature thresholds – 19 and 27 levels – should already adjust to one other royal decree, 486/1997, which established minimal well being and security provisions in workplaces. This laws was handed through the PP authorities presided over by José María Aznar and with Javier Arenas as Minister of Labour and Social Affairs.

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