Nothing To Do But Drink

Buckfast Tonic Wine, made lovingly by the Monks of Buckfastleigh in Devon, is drunk in huge quantities in Scottish towns.

It's been blamed for all sorts of social ills, from marriage break-ups to street violence, but are the young people of Glasgow and Coatbridge really driven to mischief and crime by drinking this 'tonic'? Should the monks take responsibility for where their product ends up?

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Buckfast Tonic Wine, made lovingly by the Monks of Buckfastleigh in Devon, is drunk in huge quantities in Scottish towns.

It's been blamed for all sorts of social ills, from marriage break-ups to street violence, but are the young people of Glasgow and Coatbridge really driven to mischief and crime by drinking this 'tonic'? Should the monks take responsibility for where their product ends up?