A selective boost February 16, 2014 at 10:56 am

I am all in favour of Keynesian stimulation when the economy is in the doldrums, but £28m for a public toilet is… perhaps inefficient? Still, as anyone caught short in many UK towns knows, we do need more public conveniences. At least this approach could provide a massive boost to would-be-edgy architects, plate glass manufacturers, and young people with art history degrees and an over-developed sense of fashion.

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