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Nicey replies: Steve,

As we have always said we drink PG and so personally that is that. However, of course the points you raise are of real importance to real people's lives, and we are very happy to give them space here. PG have this to say about their responsibility to producers and their membership of the Ethical Tea Partnership, as are Tetley. Now I'm the first to say that I've not had first hand experience and witnessed the arguments either way with my own eyes. It is, however, of note that such a body exists and and that it was set up by the industry to provide independent monitoring of its own practices.

The fact that more and more people such as yourself are being vocal about these issues is putting increasing pressure on the industry to be transparent about the practices involved in tea production. Your right as a consumer to choose fairtrade products is having a real effect on the market, and market leading products ultimately have no choice but to respond to that constructively or loose market share. After all if the big brands are seen to be actively addressing ethical issues then surely this will lead to a far greater result for all concerned in the long run.

Yes obviously drinking tea from plastic is far from ideal, however, at times such as on the 9:45 Kings Cross Express it does the job nicely.

Alistair Balderson

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Christopher Capron
Nicey replies: Christopher,

You've only got yourself to blame on this one. Important subjects like this should be broached within the first few hours of any relationship. I think Wifey and I got all this type of thing bashed out on our second date over a couple of beers. Anyone who shares your views on tea and so forth shouldn't mind you asking such forward questions, in fact they should view it as a plus point. It may lead on to a rich and engaging conversation on things in common that you can't tolerate. Having got that lot off your chest and assuming the other party hasn't left by then you'll be free to talk about more romantic subjects, safe in the knowledge that you have broadly compatible aversions.

Lets also hope your Wife also finds somebody who dislikes drinking their nim-nims too.