Trav­el­ling by bus un­bear­able in heat

Harefield Gazette - - OPINION - MRS EARL 47 Hamil­ton Cres­cent Har­row HA2 9JE ROZ ROSEN­BLATT Lon­don Man­ager, Di­a­betes UK

ON Fri­day June 26, I trav­elled the full jour­ney of the 90 bus route, it was ex­cep­tion­ally hot and the fact the heat­ing was on made it al­most un­bear­able.

By the same to­ken, in the win­ter there will be no heat­ing on.

Not long ago, the Gov­ern­ment do­nated £6mil­lion for a prison to be built in So­ma­lia, couldn’t that money have been do­nated to TFL so we can have air con­di­tion­ing on Public Trans­port?

It is only a mat­ter of time be­fore there will be a fatality on a bus, as a re­sult of heat ex­haus­tion. sup­port around the care their child is en­ti­tled to re­ceive at school.

The helpline, sup­ported by our Na­tional Char­ity Part­ner­ship with Tesco, is staffed by vol­un­teers who give in­for­ma­tion about chil­dren’s rights and can pro­vide emo­tional sup­port at what can be a stress­ful time for par­ents.

To con­tact the Care in School Helpline, call 0345 123 2399 or go to www.di­a­betes.org.uk/care-in-school

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