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because without a pass I would be locked in the bathroom.

The security situation sounds dreadful, more fearful and bureaucratic and stupid than in the US, which says a lot. But this bit also just surprises me - it's surely a safety and fire hazard. It's easy to mock the US's legal system, and often rightly so, but this sort of thing would be impossible in it (as would other less obvious but also less safe things, like the fact that in Australia most doors in businesses and the like open inwards, where in the US the nearly all open outwards, to make escape easier in the case of panic.) I feel bad about what sort of place the UK has become.

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