Hi, I want to convert a single socket to a double socket, and want to do it with a one-to-two gang adapter back box for now. The problem with this is that the wires to the back of the socket are too short to reach as they stand. Now I know that the obvious answer is to dig out a hole big enough for a proper 2 gang back box, but I don't want to do that for aesthetic reasons, even though many would think it would look better. I also do not have a crimping tool, and the space is too small to make sure I would get a solid joint. The socket has two cables going to the back of it, so I presume it is a ring socket. I was wondering if I could use 3 way WAGO connectors (221-413) to join the ring cables together and then run a piece of 2.5mm T&E off the third connector of each WAGO to the corresponding terminal on the socket to extend the wires. This, I guess, would effectively make it a spur off the ring, and so safe provided no further spurs were added (I have more than enough sockets, so there is no danger of this). The WAGOs would be housed in the original metal back box behind the surface mounted adapter. I have attached a diagram of how it was wired and the proposed wiring setup. Any thoughts/advice/warnings not to do it greatly appreciated.