In the meantime, you may wish to pop over to the Indy and observe Sir Terry of Wogan inflicting a knicker-twisting experience on some of their more self-righteous readers.
"[...] what is certain is that nobody, however qualified, has the right to tell anybody else what they should be eating. Or drinking. President Sarkozy of France, a great man for jumping on a bandwagon, is proposing a tax on fizzy drinks. What about human rights? The idea that tax should be levied on “wrong” food and drinks smacks too closely of dictatorship. It is the inalienable right of every man and woman in a free society to go to hell in their own handcart, as long as nobody else gets hurt."Since your host has about four pints of Irish blood coursing around the old pipes, I feel more proud than most of our Tel for his good old Celtic common sense.