Rates legislation stalls!
Public toilets must be taken seriously by politicians and treated as essential infrastructure in towns and cities, campaigners have said.
A new law to help save loos in England and Wales from closure by scrapping business rates stalled when Parliament was suspended.
The British Toilet Association said public facilities were a “human right” and urgent action was needed.
The UK government said it hoped to reintroduce the law when MPs return – but we are yet to see any evidence of this.
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