An inconvenient truth - public toilets under threat from cuts
A Welsh council may be forced to shut every one of its public to toilets as it battles to deal with a £3.5-million spending black hole in the next financial year.
It's just one of a range of options being considered on Anglesey as its council deals with the government clamp down on public spending. The council say the public will have a chance to have their say on the cuts - but they have to cut somewhere. Ian lang reports.
Crucial Anglesey County Council budget talks begin
Talks will be held later about plans for setting Anglesey County Council's budget.
The authority faces a £3.4m shortfall for the next twelve months and a £10m gap over the three years to 2015-16.
"The financial settlement for 2013/14 is an extremely difficult and challenging one" says Chief Executive Richard Parry Jones.
"These are initial proposals which will be presented to the Executive Committee for consideration in the knowledge that hard decisions have to be made to meet the financial targets in respect of efficiency savings."