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NUMBER OF PUBLIC TOILETS IN WALES PLUNGES

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Local authorities must do more to provide public toilets in Wales, Cardiff MP Julie Morgan has said. ...
Local authorities must do more to provide public toilets in Wales, Cardiff MP Julie Morgan has said.

The Western Mail (p1) reports that the backbencher drew attention to the lack of public toilets at a meeting held in Westminster to discuss the situation across the UK.

Among those attending the meeting were representatives of the British Toilet Association, the Local Government Association, the National Childbirth Trust and MPS.

They were told by Ms Morgan: 'The situation is not improving. In Wales in 1995 there were 918 public toilets in the 22 local authorities.

'By 1998 this had been reduced to 776 with the number of toilets with disabled facilities also falling. This situation is highly unacceptable, and little is being done to improve it.'
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