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Online protest at toilet closures in Bristol

A petition has been launched to keep public toilets open in Bristol Credit: ITV News West Country

An e-petition has been started by campaigners opposed to the closure of public toilets across Bristol. The city council says shutting 22 loos would save around half a million pounds, but 16 would remain open. A final decision is expected at a meeting next month.

Doomed loos to be debated by Councillors

Public toilets earmarked for closure in Bath could get a reprieve.

Bath and North East Somerset Council said it would hold a public debate if a petition gained 1,000 signatures.

Lin Patterson spent three days living and sleeping in the toilets at Twerton and asked people to sign a petition organised by online campaign group 38 degrees. It attracted nearly 2,500 signatures.

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