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CUPPACollege of Urban Planning Public Affairs (Chicago, IL)
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The UK Tea Council says we drink 165 million cuppas a day.
Magazine editor Valery McConnell said: 'The art of making the great British cuppa has been lost and the tea-loving over 50s have reached boiling point at the downgrading of their drink
A SEASIDE teashop has won the award for serving the best cuppa in Britain.
To celebrate the launch of its new advertising campaign, Lyons Tea commissioned research into what Irish people talk about over a cuppa and who they like to have their tea with.
HUNDREDS of people will enjoy a cuppa to help cancer sufferers.
PRINCE Charles gives a thumbs up as he samples a cuppa at a research institute on his tour of New Zealand.
A BRITISH astronaut has managed to solve one of NASA's trickiest comfort problems - how to make a perfect cuppa in space.
We'll also say thank you with a cuppa and biscuit when your hour is up
PC David West, from Blyth Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: "We'd like to encourage people to come along and have a cuppa and sit down with their local officer for an informal chat where they can ask questions and get to know their neighbourhood team.
Dumpy Dave quickly ditched his action man act for the safety of shore and a cuppa with wife Sam.
30am-4pm for a cuppa and bara brith/ welsh cake or a homemade soup at PS1.
The poll asked tea-lovers what makes their perfect cuppa.