It was posted on the website Avaaz.org and reads: "Many parents have had enough of their children being made to wear a uniform that is impractical for summer temperatures and is resulting in children becoming ill from the heat, suffering minor burns from metal tie
clips or being penalised for not wearing blazer jackets when they are too hot.
Each tie gets two of the 126,720 metal tie
plates, and each plate is secured by an average of 2.5 miniature spikes.
Five tenders for the supply of (a) 9 volt batteries, 12 volt batteries & lithium batteries, (b) instruments to test distributors batteries, (c) connection clamps of 150/ 150, 70/ 150 & 70 / 70 type dual metal tie
wire and end terminal, (d) goose neck shaped iron stand to fix on walls, also (e) rubber tires for vehicles and automotive equipment.
These two walls are held together with metal ties
and if they get cement on them during construction or other work, it allows water to pass over the dirty wall ties and form a damp patch.
These walls are held together with metal ties
that, when dirty, allow water to pass over them and form damp.