The urinary leash: how the death of public toilets traps and trammels us all

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The urinary leash: how the death of public toilets traps and trammels us all

Britain has lost an estimated 50% of its public toilets in the past 10 years. This is a problem for everyone, and for some it is so acute that they are either dehydrating before going out or not leaving home at all

An ex-public toilet, now a cafe, in Bloomsbury, London. Photograph: WENN Rights Ltd/Alamy

An ex-public toilet, now a cafe, in Bloomsbury, London. Photograph: WENN Rights Ltd/Alamy

Emine Saner
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Wed 1 Dec 2021 07.00 EST

Last modified on Wed 1 Dec 2021 08.25 EST

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