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The poll asked tea-lovers what makes their perfect cuppa.
Fifty one businesses across Western NSW have signed up to participate in this year's Free Cuppa for the Driver scheme.
TB means tea bag, BT is brewing time, C is milk, PC means perfect cuppa, and OT stands for optimum temperature.
IRISH workers have admitted they can't function without a cuppa - while almost one in seven would stick on the kettle to bag a promotion.
Some workers deliberately made a poor cuppa in a bid to avoid making any more, according to the report to mark Fairtrade fortnight.
CHEERS Sue Cox of Frank Haslam Milan pours a cuppa for Mencap's Kelly Railton as part of the construction firm's fundraising efforts for the learning disability charity.
Martyn Jones, Morrisons' group trading director, said: "Brits are not willing to ditch their mkorning cuppa, but takeaway coffees can really stretch the purse strings.
But four years on, the 20-year-old from Saltburn has served her last cuppa and is instead brewing up a bright future at Redcar and Cleveland College.
A startling study has found fast food and cafe chains are charging huge mark-ups for a cuppa that costs just a few pence to make.
ENJOYING a cuppa will take on a whole new meaning when scores of people from Nuneaton and Bedworth put the kettle on to raise cash for Mencap.
A study last year said three cuppas a day cut the risk of breast cancer by 37%.
As a nation, UK tea lovers slurp and swig their way through 48billion cuppas annually, the survey of 3000 people by Sainsbury's found.
By collecting donations at parties, charging for cuppas or even by holding a raffle or tombola people will be raising valuable funds for Mencap's work with children and adults who have learning disabilities.
Their cuppas were placed 10th in the UK, leaving The Ritz trailing in their wake at 13, with Cafe Mozart at 17 and Fortnum and Mason well behind at 20.
And then Frances Shand Kydd sold more than pounds 400 worth of cuppas manning a tea tent at a fete to raise money for a new village hall on her beloved Isle of Seil, near Oban.