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Number of public toilets in UK has slumped by more than a third in past two decades

Cafes, restaurants, pubs and shops are being urged to open up their toilets for general public use under an initiative to tackle the growing national shortage of free conveniences.

Over the past two decades the number of public toilets in the UK has slumped by more than a third (39%), according to responses to freedom of information requests, as local councils’ increasingly squeezed budgets lead to mass closures.


The Guardian


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