A city council is entertaining proposals to almost halve the number of its public toilet facilities. Like many in public services Exeter city council is under financial pressure, and is considering reducing the city’s 26 public toilets to 16. A statement from the council said: "In an ideal world we would like to retain all our public toilets but in this testing financial period, we simply have to make some very difficult budgetary decisions.”
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