Firstly, I have to point out that I don't know much about electric. I'm asking this question to see if it is a simple job that I can easily do, or if I would need to get an electrician in to do it for me.
I have two separate double switches for my kitchen light circuit, the first being for my hall lights and kitchen lights (located in the hall), the second being for my outdoor security lights (sensored) and kitchen lights (located in the kitchen by the back door).
My issue is that my security lights will not work without the kitchen lights being turned on, I need them to be on 24/7 without having to turn my kitchen lights on. The image below is the switch in question. The side my thumb is on is the left side of the switch, the left switch is for the security lights, the right switch for my kitchen lights.
Is there a simple way to get this socket to allow my security lights to be on without my kitchen lights?