Hello, I've just had a house rewired in France by a competent (so they said) local electrician, and I'm surprised to find that he's wired the lighting circuits by switching the neutral so that one side of the light fittings remains live at all times. This is apparently illegal (even in France) but seems to be the accepted practice. I could probably live with this, but the low energy compact fluorescent bulbs I was planning to use flicker under these conditions, which is unacceptable at night. (Incandescent bulbs work normally, of course). Is there a fix for this that anybody with experience of French wiring can suggest? Or should I just send out a search party for the guy who did it? Thanks.