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Who is responsible for school toilet problems? The reply from an LEA (Nottinghamshire County Council)

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This letter, from Nottinghamshire LEA, explains their position in relation to the condition and availability of school toilets.​
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Who is responsible for school toilet problems? The reply from the Health and Safety Executive

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 This letter, from the Health & Safety Executive explains their role in the availability and condition of school toilets.In summary, they do not have one, as children are not employees.
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Who is responsible for school toilet problems? The reply from the Department for Education and Skills

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The scan below explains who the DfES say is responsible (from their point of view) for the management of problems with pupil toilets in state schools.
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Home Office : Catering for paruresis in prisons in general

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 This letter, signed by Paul Goggins MP, explains how the prison service caters for paruresis in general.
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Home Office : Paruresis and mandatory drugs testing in prisons

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 This letter, signed by Beverley Hughes MP, explains the prison service procedures applicable to dealing with paruresis for mandatory drugs testing.
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