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Nicey replies: Sorry but you or your friend have that almost completely backwards.

Perhaps you might want to refer to either our book or the proceedings of the 1991 VAT tribunal case 6344, as we did.

Yours even more Sincerely


Jim Fussell
Nicey replies: Hello Jim,

Good to hear from you. There is a certain book with your name in the acknowledgements that opens with a chapter on this self same dire scenario. We'll have an extra cuppa here at NCOTAASD HQ to show our support at what must be a very difficult time for you.

Jane Ferguson
Nicey replies: Jane,

I think your classification system is overly complex. You simply need to divide everything into proper tea (like your number 1), and not proper tea. Now the Redbush stuff simply is classified as 'not proper tea' which seems fair.

Camilla Priede

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Nicey replies: Camilla,

I'm not aware of any problems befalling the Abernethy, Sainsbury's in fact started doing their own label version not so long ago. I think I have seen them recently in Tesco's and Waitrose too.

Ben Harding
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