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.
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