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Rick Jackson believes Big Ben's bongs should not be silenced

RICK JACKSON: Our las total eclipse was typically British – cloudy

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According to a new study, more than £10m has been cut from spending on public conveniences in the past two years, posing a risk to public health.

But that’s not true though, is it? Think about it.

The rougher a public toilet looks, the less likely we are to go in them putting our health at risk.

In fact, if they spent nothing on public toilets at all, our health wouldn’t be at risk from them because no-one would go in.

Besides, we shouldn’t worry about a lack of public loos.

The number of retail collapses recently means we’ve got loads more shop doorways to go in now.

I know they’re not supposed to be public toilets, but that’s the way most men see them at 11pm on a Friday night!