A woman said to be a representative of the disabled lobbly in the UK told the BBC Radio 2 presenter Jeremy Vine that "disabled toilets" were for the exclusive use of people with disabilities. She even responded to Jeremy's question about toilets on trains and said they were exclusive too.
Surely, toilets for disabled people are designed for "access" by such persons but they can be used by others. I often use them. On a train, they are usually the only one in the coach.
What do you think?