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The Argus: Refurbished seafront toilets charge for entry Refurbished seafront toilets charge for entry

Visitors to refurbished seafront toilets must pay 30p to spend a penny.

The newly fitted out public toilets at West Pier Arches in Brighton were opened yesterday with an interesting take on the cutting of the red ribbon - white toilet paper was used instead.

The toilet block will have attendants throughout the summer and it will remain open until 10pm at night.

A paddle gate entry system will prevent users entering without paying although disabled people can use the facility free of charge by using a separate entrance.

It is the first time that the council has used such a system although a trial charging 20p at the seafront toilets at the bottom of West Street was carried out in 2010.

A Brighton and Hove City Council spokeswoman said the decision to charge follows a toilet scrutiny panel set up last year, which agreed that the council should investigate new ways of creating income to improve the service and standards of existing public toilets and to prevent closures.

Councillor Pete West, chair of the council’s environment, transport and sustainability committee, said: “As we approach our busy summer season we are pleased to be able to open these newly refurbished toilets for residents and visitors.

"The 30p cost is in line with other charging toilets throughout the country, and will help pay for a full time attendant in June, July and August, when the seafront is at its busiest.”

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5:03pm Wed 2 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Before anyone complains about charges for using public loos, just remember where the phrase 'spend a penny' comes from.
Before anyone complains about charges for using public loos, just remember where the phrase 'spend a penny' comes from. stevo!!
  • Score: -10

6:45pm Wed 2 Jul 14

Bob_The_Ferret says...

This is probably not legal, since Barbara Castle's Turnstile Act of 1963 is still in force, prohibiting the use of turnstiles in the entrance of public lavatories controlled by local authorities.
http://www.legislati
on.gov.uk/ukpga/1963
/32/introduction
This is probably not legal, since Barbara Castle's Turnstile Act of 1963 is still in force, prohibiting the use of turnstiles in the entrance of public lavatories controlled by local authorities. http://www.legislati on.gov.uk/ukpga/1963 /32/introduction Bob_The_Ferret
  • Score: 24

6:53pm Wed 2 Jul 14

hoveguyactually says...

Did Caroline Lucas perform the opening ceremony?
Did Caroline Lucas perform the opening ceremony? hoveguyactually
  • Score: 8

6:55pm Wed 2 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Bob_The_Ferret wrote:
This is probably not legal, since Barbara Castle's Turnstile Act of 1963 is still in force, prohibiting the use of turnstiles in the entrance of public lavatories controlled by local authorities.
http://www.legislati

on.gov.uk/ukpga/1963

/32/introduction
I can guarantee that the EU will have issued the relevant legislation to supercede that.
[quote][p][bold]Bob_The_Ferret[/bold] wrote: This is probably not legal, since Barbara Castle's Turnstile Act of 1963 is still in force, prohibiting the use of turnstiles in the entrance of public lavatories controlled by local authorities. http://www.legislati on.gov.uk/ukpga/1963 /32/introduction[/p][/quote]I can guarantee that the EU will have issued the relevant legislation to supercede that. stevo!!
  • Score: -7

7:23pm Wed 2 Jul 14

roystony says...

hoveguyactually wrote:
Did Caroline Lucas perform the opening ceremony?
She will be taking the first dump
[quote][p][bold]hoveguyactually[/bold] wrote: Did Caroline Lucas perform the opening ceremony?[/p][/quote]She will be taking the first dump roystony
  • Score: 16

7:26pm Wed 2 Jul 14

firemanste says...

guess im going to have to crap in the sea now as i have been weeing in it for 50 years and nobody realised what i was doing
guess im going to have to crap in the sea now as i have been weeing in it for 50 years and nobody realised what i was doing firemanste
  • Score: 14

8:06pm Wed 2 Jul 14

Jules boy says...

That's just taking the p**s
That's just taking the p**s Jules boy
  • Score: 7

8:31pm Wed 2 Jul 14

JHunty says...

stevo!! wrote:
Before anyone complains about charges for using public loos, just remember where the phrase 'spend a penny' comes from.
Before anyone complains about people taking offence at other people's opinions can I just point out that you only have free speech as long as Stevo agrees with you however if you dare to have an opinion Stevo disagrees with, ie you think Israel is a country with no moral compass which kills people in order to further their policy of stealing the Palestinians land, then all of a sudden you are an idiot who can't be trusted to have an opinion. Hypocrisy doesn't even start to cover Stevos posts over the last couple of days.
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: Before anyone complains about charges for using public loos, just remember where the phrase 'spend a penny' comes from.[/p][/quote]Before anyone complains about people taking offence at other people's opinions can I just point out that you only have free speech as long as Stevo agrees with you however if you dare to have an opinion Stevo disagrees with, ie you think Israel is a country with no moral compass which kills people in order to further their policy of stealing the Palestinians land, then all of a sudden you are an idiot who can't be trusted to have an opinion. Hypocrisy doesn't even start to cover Stevos posts over the last couple of days. JHunty
  • Score: 8

9:19pm Wed 2 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

JHunty wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Before anyone complains about charges for using public loos, just remember where the phrase 'spend a penny' comes from.
Before anyone complains about people taking offence at other people's opinions can I just point out that you only have free speech as long as Stevo agrees with you however if you dare to have an opinion Stevo disagrees with, ie you think Israel is a country with no moral compass which kills people in order to further their policy of stealing the Palestinians land, then all of a sudden you are an idiot who can't be trusted to have an opinion. Hypocrisy doesn't even start to cover Stevos posts over the last couple of days.
Has anyone stopped you from saying what you want?

How did they manage to do that?

Oh, and destroying the opinions of others by using facts is what debate is all about. I'd ask you to quote any 'hypocritical' posts by me, but we both know that as they don't exist, you won't be able to.

You, on the other hand, were exposed as one who cannot even explain his own posts....no wonder you're making personal attacks against the person who exposed you ;-)
[quote][p][bold]JHunty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: Before anyone complains about charges for using public loos, just remember where the phrase 'spend a penny' comes from.[/p][/quote]Before anyone complains about people taking offence at other people's opinions can I just point out that you only have free speech as long as Stevo agrees with you however if you dare to have an opinion Stevo disagrees with, ie you think Israel is a country with no moral compass which kills people in order to further their policy of stealing the Palestinians land, then all of a sudden you are an idiot who can't be trusted to have an opinion. Hypocrisy doesn't even start to cover Stevos posts over the last couple of days.[/p][/quote]Has anyone stopped you from saying what you want? How did they manage to do that? Oh, and destroying the opinions of others by using facts is what debate is all about. I'd ask you to quote any 'hypocritical' posts by me, but we both know that as they don't exist, you won't be able to. You, on the other hand, were exposed as one who cannot even explain his own posts....no wonder you're making personal attacks against the person who exposed you ;-) stevo!!
  • Score: -10

9:29pm Wed 2 Jul 14

Hollingdeanresident says...

How come disabled people get to pee for free? Everyone needs to do it, some more than others, its not discriminatory using the loo so why are some people free and others not? Peeing should be free for everyone!!!!
How come disabled people get to pee for free? Everyone needs to do it, some more than others, its not discriminatory using the loo so why are some people free and others not? Peeing should be free for everyone!!!! Hollingdeanresident
  • Score: 21

10:07pm Wed 2 Jul 14

Bob_The_Ferret says...

stevo!! wrote:
Bob_The_Ferret wrote:
This is probably not legal, since Barbara Castle's Turnstile Act of 1963 is still in force, prohibiting the use of turnstiles in the entrance of public lavatories controlled by local authorities.
http://www.legislati


on.gov.uk/ukpga/1963


/32/introduction
I can guarantee that the EU will have issued the relevant legislation to supercede that.
It's ironic that buried in the flurry of equalities legislation rushed through by the last government they repealed a clause in an old public health act that forbade local authorities charging for the use of urinals. Together with existing equalities legislation this effectively meant that most conventional public toilets were free to use. Now, however, they can charge whatever they like - but they can't use turnstiles.
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob_The_Ferret[/bold] wrote: This is probably not legal, since Barbara Castle's Turnstile Act of 1963 is still in force, prohibiting the use of turnstiles in the entrance of public lavatories controlled by local authorities. http://www.legislati on.gov.uk/ukpga/1963 /32/introduction[/p][/quote]I can guarantee that the EU will have issued the relevant legislation to supercede that.[/p][/quote]It's ironic that buried in the flurry of equalities legislation rushed through by the last government they repealed a clause in an old public health act that forbade local authorities charging for the use of urinals. Together with existing equalities legislation this effectively meant that most conventional public toilets were free to use. Now, however, they can charge whatever they like - but they can't use turnstiles. Bob_The_Ferret
  • Score: 8

10:30pm Wed 2 Jul 14

bug eye says...

30p is an odd amount, having to fiddle around for more than one coin. surely 20p would be easier and a more likely amount people would be happy to pay, most people wont have all the different coinage required, so guarantee wee wee on the prom hence more cleaning costs, people do it now when toilets are free.
30p is an odd amount, having to fiddle around for more than one coin. surely 20p would be easier and a more likely amount people would be happy to pay, most people wont have all the different coinage required, so guarantee wee wee on the prom hence more cleaning costs, people do it now when toilets are free. bug eye
  • Score: 14

10:58pm Wed 2 Jul 14

MasonStorm says...

Disableds get it free? How the **** is that fair?
Disableds get it free? How the **** is that fair? MasonStorm
  • Score: 5

10:59pm Wed 2 Jul 14

greeg3 says...

bug eye wrote:
30p is an odd amount, having to fiddle around for more than one coin. surely 20p would be easier and a more likely amount people would be happy to pay, most people wont have all the different coinage required, so guarantee wee wee on the prom hence more cleaning costs, people do it now when toilets are free.
It's 30 p because the leap to 50 p won't seem so great when it comes !
I'd advise everyone to avoid the charge by using McDonalds,I'll bet the tent people do.
[quote][p][bold]bug eye[/bold] wrote: 30p is an odd amount, having to fiddle around for more than one coin. surely 20p would be easier and a more likely amount people would be happy to pay, most people wont have all the different coinage required, so guarantee wee wee on the prom hence more cleaning costs, people do it now when toilets are free.[/p][/quote]It's 30 p because the leap to 50 p won't seem so great when it comes ! I'd advise everyone to avoid the charge by using McDonalds,I'll bet the tent people do. greeg3
  • Score: 7

11:01pm Wed 2 Jul 14

BeeJam says...

what do you need to do to prove your disability to get a free wee? do you need to look disabled? what if your disability is not immediately obvious? Is a wheelchair necessary or will a stick do it? Or a hat with a D on it? Does it include mentally ill people? Do you get disabled ID now?
what do you need to do to prove your disability to get a free wee? do you need to look disabled? what if your disability is not immediately obvious? Is a wheelchair necessary or will a stick do it? Or a hat with a D on it? Does it include mentally ill people? Do you get disabled ID now? BeeJam
  • Score: 11

11:39pm Wed 2 Jul 14

rolivan says...

bug eye wrote:
30p is an odd amount, having to fiddle around for more than one coin. surely 20p would be easier and a more likely amount people would be happy to pay, most people wont have all the different coinage required, so guarantee wee wee on the prom hence more cleaning costs, people do it now when toilets are free.
If it is like most of the other fee paying toilets I have used you ask the attendant for change they take your money and let you in and then pocket the fee.
[quote][p][bold]bug eye[/bold] wrote: 30p is an odd amount, having to fiddle around for more than one coin. surely 20p would be easier and a more likely amount people would be happy to pay, most people wont have all the different coinage required, so guarantee wee wee on the prom hence more cleaning costs, people do it now when toilets are free.[/p][/quote]If it is like most of the other fee paying toilets I have used you ask the attendant for change they take your money and let you in and then pocket the fee. rolivan
  • Score: 5

11:44pm Wed 2 Jul 14

rolivan says...

Bob_The_Ferret wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Bob_The_Ferret wrote:
This is probably not legal, since Barbara Castle's Turnstile Act of 1963 is still in force, prohibiting the use of turnstiles in the entrance of public lavatories controlled by local authorities.
http://www.legislati



on.gov.uk/ukpga/1963



/32/introduction
I can guarantee that the EU will have issued the relevant legislation to supercede that.
It's ironic that buried in the flurry of equalities legislation rushed through by the last government they repealed a clause in an old public health act that forbade local authorities charging for the use of urinals. Together with existing equalities legislation this effectively meant that most conventional public toilets were free to use. Now, however, they can charge whatever they like - but they can't use turnstiles.
It might be another one of The West Pier Trusts Money making Ventures does anyone know how much they are receiving from i360 Brighton Ltd in Rent?
[quote][p][bold]Bob_The_Ferret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob_The_Ferret[/bold] wrote: This is probably not legal, since Barbara Castle's Turnstile Act of 1963 is still in force, prohibiting the use of turnstiles in the entrance of public lavatories controlled by local authorities. http://www.legislati on.gov.uk/ukpga/1963 /32/introduction[/p][/quote]I can guarantee that the EU will have issued the relevant legislation to supercede that.[/p][/quote]It's ironic that buried in the flurry of equalities legislation rushed through by the last government they repealed a clause in an old public health act that forbade local authorities charging for the use of urinals. Together with existing equalities legislation this effectively meant that most conventional public toilets were free to use. Now, however, they can charge whatever they like - but they can't use turnstiles.[/p][/quote]It might be another one of The West Pier Trusts Money making Ventures does anyone know how much they are receiving from i360 Brighton Ltd in Rent? rolivan
  • Score: -1

12:04am Thu 3 Jul 14

pumpkineater23 says...

I agree that 20p would make more sense than 30p.
Still.. it's a better business idea than the i360.
I agree that 20p would make more sense than 30p. Still.. it's a better business idea than the i360. pumpkineater23
  • Score: 3

7:30am Thu 3 Jul 14

hoveguyactually says...

30p in the slot, for a you-know-what! This council will soon be charging us to breathe.
30p in the slot, for a you-know-what! This council will soon be charging us to breathe. hoveguyactually
  • Score: 2

8:29am Thu 3 Jul 14

Joshiman says...

"A Brighton and Hove City Council spokeswoman said the decision to charge follows a toilet scrutiny panel set up last year,"
How much does the "Toilet scrutiny panel" get paid? Next they will form a
"Toilet Scrutiny panel inspectors"paid of course.
"A Brighton and Hove City Council spokeswoman said the decision to charge follows a toilet scrutiny panel set up last year," How much does the "Toilet scrutiny panel" get paid? Next they will form a "Toilet Scrutiny panel inspectors"paid of course. Joshiman
  • Score: 6

9:18am Thu 3 Jul 14

Vox populi 2 says...

Well for my money I would rather pay the small price if that means I do not, when nature calls, have to frequent filthy dirty unhygenic premises that I assume the protesters on this site don't mind. How the other half live.
Well for my money I would rather pay the small price if that means I do not, when nature calls, have to frequent filthy dirty unhygenic premises that I assume the protesters on this site don't mind. How the other half live. Vox populi 2
  • Score: 2

10:09am Thu 3 Jul 14

Ish1 says...

JHunty wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Before anyone complains about charges for using public loos, just remember where the phrase 'spend a penny' comes from.
Before anyone complains about people taking offence at other people's opinions can I just point out that you only have free speech as long as Stevo agrees with you however if you dare to have an opinion Stevo disagrees with, ie you think Israel is a country with no moral compass which kills people in order to further their policy of stealing the Palestinians land, then all of a sudden you are an idiot who can't be trusted to have an opinion. Hypocrisy doesn't even start to cover Stevos posts over the last couple of days.
I thought that this subject was the provision of public toilets, not the issue of the middle east.

You seem to be obsessed with your criticism of Israel which is not healthy.

I suggest that you consult a psychiatrist.
[quote][p][bold]JHunty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: Before anyone complains about charges for using public loos, just remember where the phrase 'spend a penny' comes from.[/p][/quote]Before anyone complains about people taking offence at other people's opinions can I just point out that you only have free speech as long as Stevo agrees with you however if you dare to have an opinion Stevo disagrees with, ie you think Israel is a country with no moral compass which kills people in order to further their policy of stealing the Palestinians land, then all of a sudden you are an idiot who can't be trusted to have an opinion. Hypocrisy doesn't even start to cover Stevos posts over the last couple of days.[/p][/quote]I thought that this subject was the provision of public toilets, not the issue of the middle east. You seem to be obsessed with your criticism of Israel which is not healthy. I suggest that you consult a psychiatrist. Ish1
  • Score: -1

11:19am Thu 3 Jul 14

spa301 says...

Vox populi 2 wrote:
Well for my money I would rather pay the small price if that means I do not, when nature calls, have to frequent filthy dirty unhygenic premises that I assume the protesters on this site don't mind. How the other half live.
Totally agree.
If it was free I doubt it would be usable within a fortnight of opening.
[quote][p][bold]Vox populi 2[/bold] wrote: Well for my money I would rather pay the small price if that means I do not, when nature calls, have to frequent filthy dirty unhygenic premises that I assume the protesters on this site don't mind. How the other half live.[/p][/quote]Totally agree. If it was free I doubt it would be usable within a fortnight of opening. spa301
  • Score: 2

12:01pm Thu 3 Jul 14

J Hill says...

And thus it begins ... the refurbishment of the West Pier area will be used as an excuse to simply rip off as many Brighton residents and tourists as is humanly possible. I hate to think how much a coffee will cost once the restaurant under the i360 is built.
And thus it begins ... the refurbishment of the West Pier area will be used as an excuse to simply rip off as many Brighton residents and tourists as is humanly possible. I hate to think how much a coffee will cost once the restaurant under the i360 is built. J Hill
  • Score: 3

1:53pm Thu 3 Jul 14

runnergirl says...

hoveguyactually wrote:
Did Caroline Lucas perform the opening ceremony?
Unfortunately the Queen was not available ...
[quote][p][bold]hoveguyactually[/bold] wrote: Did Caroline Lucas perform the opening ceremony?[/p][/quote]Unfortunately the Queen was not available ... runnergirl
  • Score: 2

2:17pm Thu 3 Jul 14

DavidLlewelyn says...

Disgusting. People will not pay it. I will not pay it. Instead people will go in public and the results will make this dirty, smelly town even dirtier and even smellier.
Disgusting. People will not pay it. I will not pay it. Instead people will go in public and the results will make this dirty, smelly town even dirtier and even smellier. DavidLlewelyn
  • Score: 4

4:28pm Thu 3 Jul 14

Bill in Hanover says...

Bob_The_Ferret wrote:
This is probably not legal, since Barbara Castle's Turnstile Act of 1963 is still in force, prohibiting the use of turnstiles in the entrance of public lavatories controlled by local authorities.
http://www.legislati

on.gov.uk/ukpga/1963

/32/introduction
Not only that but isn't it discriminatory to charge able people while allowing disabled in free of charge.
[quote][p][bold]Bob_The_Ferret[/bold] wrote: This is probably not legal, since Barbara Castle's Turnstile Act of 1963 is still in force, prohibiting the use of turnstiles in the entrance of public lavatories controlled by local authorities. http://www.legislati on.gov.uk/ukpga/1963 /32/introduction[/p][/quote]Not only that but isn't it discriminatory to charge able people while allowing disabled in free of charge. Bill in Hanover
  • Score: -2

6:05pm Thu 3 Jul 14

David523 says...

Hollingdeanresident wrote:
How come disabled people get to pee for free? Everyone needs to do it, some more than others, its not discriminatory using the loo so why are some people free and others not? Peeing should be free for everyone!!!!
Congratulations. You are literally the most *vile* person I've ever come across. You try to spin the fact that "people shouldn't have to pay for toilets", into a typically Right wing, Ukip slash Tory style hateful view that "disabled people shouldn't get *any* help from anyone, for anything more than YOU get". In other words, "boo hoo, if I can't play, im taking my ball with me, and NO ONE will play".

What a pitiable, hateful little excuse for a human you are. One day you may wake up disabled, after an accident or illness. I can't wait to see how quickly your verminous little rat brain changes its mind then. Disablist, small minded, hateful comments.
[quote][p][bold]Hollingdeanresident[/bold] wrote: How come disabled people get to pee for free? Everyone needs to do it, some more than others, its not discriminatory using the loo so why are some people free and others not? Peeing should be free for everyone!!!![/p][/quote]Congratulations. You are literally the most *vile* person I've ever come across. You try to spin the fact that "people shouldn't have to pay for toilets", into a typically Right wing, Ukip slash Tory style hateful view that "disabled people shouldn't get *any* help from anyone, for anything more than YOU get". In other words, "boo hoo, if I can't play, im taking my ball with me, and NO ONE will play". What a pitiable, hateful little excuse for a human you are. One day you may wake up disabled, after an accident or illness. I can't wait to see how quickly your verminous little rat brain changes its mind then. Disablist, small minded, hateful comments. David523
  • Score: 1

6:47pm Thu 3 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

David523 wrote:
Hollingdeanresident wrote:
How come disabled people get to pee for free? Everyone needs to do it, some more than others, its not discriminatory using the loo so why are some people free and others not? Peeing should be free for everyone!!!!
Congratulations. You are literally the most *vile* person I've ever come across. You try to spin the fact that "people shouldn't have to pay for toilets", into a typically Right wing, Ukip slash Tory style hateful view that "disabled people shouldn't get *any* help from anyone, for anything more than YOU get". In other words, "boo hoo, if I can't play, im taking my ball with me, and NO ONE will play".

What a pitiable, hateful little excuse for a human you are. One day you may wake up disabled, after an accident or illness. I can't wait to see how quickly your verminous little rat brain changes its mind then. Disablist, small minded, hateful comments.
He's perfectly free to post an opinion and not be personally attacked by you or anyone.

OK, you disagree with his stance (one that he was able to reason) but you are to challenge his posts without reference to him in a derogatory fashion.

As for your claim that he's espousing a right-wing view, the 'everybody is equal' stance is of the far Left.
[quote][p][bold]David523[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hollingdeanresident[/bold] wrote: How come disabled people get to pee for free? Everyone needs to do it, some more than others, its not discriminatory using the loo so why are some people free and others not? Peeing should be free for everyone!!!![/p][/quote]Congratulations. You are literally the most *vile* person I've ever come across. You try to spin the fact that "people shouldn't have to pay for toilets", into a typically Right wing, Ukip slash Tory style hateful view that "disabled people shouldn't get *any* help from anyone, for anything more than YOU get". In other words, "boo hoo, if I can't play, im taking my ball with me, and NO ONE will play". What a pitiable, hateful little excuse for a human you are. One day you may wake up disabled, after an accident or illness. I can't wait to see how quickly your verminous little rat brain changes its mind then. Disablist, small minded, hateful comments.[/p][/quote]He's perfectly free to post an opinion and not be personally attacked by you or anyone. OK, you disagree with his stance (one that he was able to reason) but you are to challenge his posts without reference to him in a derogatory fashion. As for your claim that he's espousing a right-wing view, the 'everybody is equal' stance is of the far Left. stevo!!
  • Score: 0

5:50pm Wed 23 Jul 14

Dr Martin says...

Ish1 wrote:
JHunty wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Before anyone complains about charges for using public loos, just remember where the phrase 'spend a penny' comes from.
Before anyone complains about people taking offence at other people's opinions can I just point out that you only have free speech as long as Stevo agrees with you however if you dare to have an opinion Stevo disagrees with, ie you think Israel is a country with no moral compass which kills people in order to further their policy of stealing the Palestinians land, then all of a sudden you are an idiot who can't be trusted to have an opinion. Hypocrisy doesn't even start to cover Stevos posts over the last couple of days.
I thought that this subject was the provision of public toilets, not the issue of the middle east.

You seem to be obsessed with your criticism of Israel which is not healthy.

I suggest that you consult a psychiatrist.
Just because someone expresses a different opinion to you on a subject you care about, you suggest they consult a psychiatrist; why?
[quote][p][bold]Ish1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JHunty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: Before anyone complains about charges for using public loos, just remember where the phrase 'spend a penny' comes from.[/p][/quote]Before anyone complains about people taking offence at other people's opinions can I just point out that you only have free speech as long as Stevo agrees with you however if you dare to have an opinion Stevo disagrees with, ie you think Israel is a country with no moral compass which kills people in order to further their policy of stealing the Palestinians land, then all of a sudden you are an idiot who can't be trusted to have an opinion. Hypocrisy doesn't even start to cover Stevos posts over the last couple of days.[/p][/quote]I thought that this subject was the provision of public toilets, not the issue of the middle east. You seem to be obsessed with your criticism of Israel which is not healthy. I suggest that you consult a psychiatrist.[/p][/quote]Just because someone expresses a different opinion to you on a subject you care about, you suggest they consult a psychiatrist; why? Dr Martin
  • Score: 0

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