Britain’s public toilets are a disgrace | Mary Dejevsky

Britain’s public toilets are a disgrace | Mary Dejevsky
Loos in British railway stations are making huge profits – so why are we paying through the nose for broken, paper-free facilities?

There has long been a touch of arrogance about the way the British treat their points of arrival and departure. We are so wonderful, so desirable, as a country, city or whatever, that people will come anyway – the thinking appears to go. So whatever global competition there may be, for presentation, or visitor-friendliness, or simple convenience, we have no need to be a part of it.

Related: Train station toilets take millions every year

Passengers’ unhappiness about paying for station loos could perhaps be assuaged if their rail ticket allowed free access

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Source: Guardian Transport

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