My house is 50 odd years old and, apart from the kitchen, there is only one socket(single or double) in each room. Now the double in the sitting room is supplied thru the wall from what looks like an unfused spur under the kitchen cupboards. I intend to replace the outlet in the kitchen with a fused unit. But I want more sockets in the sitting room. Now as I understand it (feel free to correct me) if the original spur is fused, I can add a number of spurs to it. If I can do this should I group the additional spurs together as a 'mini ring' feeding back to the fused spur? Or am I just as well daisy-chaining the spurs off the fused spur? Tis an old concrete house and I can't find an accessible ring downstairs. And I know you're not supposed to extend a ring downstairs from the upstairs circuit. Any help is gratefully received.