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A BMJ article suggests wine should be widely available by the half bottle, as in the US, to tackle middle England’s excess drinking. Fab! «

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Comment from Elbows flying


by Elbows flying

Comment posted at 13:46 on 1st March 2008.

It’s one way to cutail the drinking habits of middle aged fathers.


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