Just like France requires French to be used for the sale of products ect should English in the UK (or at least England) have a similar legal entitlement? Food packaging and the like usually has ingredients in English and obviously this is of the highest importance. Other areas like services not so much though, for example I have lived/worked in areas of high populations of non English populations like Polish and Indian/Pakistani or Chinese. In some cases there is a travel agent or bank that displays all its posters and information in the Language of origin, for example a Polish bank with everything in Polish, no English equivalent. I cannot be refused the use of these services as equality laws prevent that, but if I don't understand what they are selling as they are in another language it effectively rules it out for anyone not able to read that language. Should we have a law so all business offering a service, product ect in the UK/England have to display an English equivalence in the same space and of equal or suitable prominent? Or does this add necessaries expense to a business that is obviously not trying to attract non Native (theirs) speakers otherwise they would advertise in English? Or are the principles of equality and English language being the common language everyone should use to communicate take precedence and be accepted as a cost of business, and a price worth paying for coherence? If a polish bank is offering a great interest rate on a savings account should I be excluded because I can't read the poster? Or an Indian Travel agent offering great deals on flights, or a Chinese supermarket displaying its best bargains in Mandarin only?