British schools due to the energy crisis will buy sweaters for students for the winter

The Sun: in the UK, due to the energy crisis, schools will buy sweaters for students for the winter, the leadership of some British schools, against the background of the growing energy crisis in the country, decided to buy sweaters for low-income students so that they feel comfortable in winter, The Sun newspaper reports.

It is noted that a number of directors consider it necessary to lower the temperature regime in classrooms by several degrees in order to save money, and therefore students will have to wear warm clothes in class. Also, to save the family budget, schoolchildren will be offered free breakfasts.

Earlier, Bloomberg named five sectors of the world economy most affected by the global energy crisis. Among them are metallurgy, production of fertilizers, sugar, materials for electric car batteries and solar panels.