Few eletrical questions

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Sneezy wrote:

Yup - that's it

The convention is to use the red to carry power to the switch and the black (suitably marked) as the return to the bulb.

Well if you work on the principle that if there are only two wires to the switch then they must both be live when the switch is closed.

There is - you can get twin red T&E - e.g. :-
http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Main_Index/Cable_Index/Twin_and_Earth_Red-Red/index.html

Yup. There are some diagrams here:-
http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Technical/DataSheets/MK/WiringDiagrams.pdf
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Never even considered how a two switches and two lights scenario might be wired. I suppose its the practical application of logic. Interesting stuff.
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