Oh goodie! After four years of debate the European Commission (EU) has ruled that Britain can keep the name ‘Tonic’. Many will be wondering what other vital investigations are being expensively pursued by the politically directed EU bureaucrats while the rest of the world is worrying about such trivial issues as climate change, fair trade and terrorism. Perhaps proof will soon be needed to justify the claim of a certain lozenge being described as ‘Fisherman’s Friend’. If the verification of claims by lozenge manufacturers is not a challenge that satisfies the meddlesome EU bureaucrats, maybe they should turn their attention to the issue of nocturnal trips to the lavatory. Recent research suggests that the drain on the UK economy of millions of her citizens making two pee-halts a night costs the economy £4.5 Billion pa.