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Should Welsh councils charge more for toilets and libraries?

People are divided over whether they should pay extra to use public services including toilets and libraries.

The Wales Audit Office has said councils could do more to raise money by charging for more services.

In a report, the public spending watchdog urged councils to be more ambitious about outsourcing work and allowing people to pay online or by phone.

BBC Wales News asked some residents how they would feel about being charged extra to use public services.

  • 10 Nov 2016