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I am replacing an old 2 gang switch with a new one (photo attached).

I know this is going to be a very simple question to answer, but;

There are no screw terminals that I can see and I am trying to work out how I connect wiring.

I have never come across a switch like this before. Anybody help?IMG_20190213_164411925.jpg
 
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