Cutting it out does not affect people's fondness for tea, according to new research.
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Yeah. I drink black coffee. No sugar. No cream.

But that doesn't mean no one should be allowed to put sugar in their coffee.

You should be able to drink your tea any way you like it.

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The progressive prudes are even in tea now.

Is there no fun they won't try to ruin?

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Fuck me, no sugar in tea? Are they mad? The BBC have really lost it now!

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Come to South Carolina or Georgia and tell that to all the people here and see how favorable that opinion is. "Sweet tea" in the South is basically all sugar.

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It's popularity goes down either way as we all get slowly addicted to the unregulated caffeine drinks such as Coffee and Cola. Tea has caffeine in it too, but not as much and carries health benefits.

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sugar is WHITE!!!!!

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Translation - Soon Britons will not be able to afford sugar

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Why does the left always want to control other people? Live and let live.

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Not content with telling us how to think and how to vote, the BBC is now advising us on tea. You patronising wankers.

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